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Fiesta! - Falling Joys - Aerial (CD, Album)

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  1. Falling Joys. likes · 4 talking about this. Official Facebook page for the Falling Joys. Australian alternative rock band formed in Canberra in .
  2. Features Song Lyrics for Falling Joys's Aerial album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews. Lyrics. Popular Song Lyrics. Billboard Hot Upcoming Lyrics. Recently Added. Top Lyrics of Fiesta! Don't Do That: .
  3. Type: Group, Founded: in Canberra, Area: Australia. Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
  4. Get all the lyrics to songs on Aerial and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  5. Wish List is the Falling Joys' debut album, released on November 1st, following the success of several singles – themselves previously collated in an EP titled ‘Omega’.
  6. I remember seeing Falling Joys at ANU, before leaving Australia in , wanting to see the world. It's hard to believe that 27 years later this doesn't sound dated. The Falling Joys, and maybe the Hummingbirds, Clouds and RatCat epitomize the magical jangly pop made at that time. Such a polished debut album.4/5(5).
  7. Falling Joys Bio Australian alternative rock band formed in Canberra in They were composed of lead singer Suzie Higgie, guitarist Stuart G. Robertson, bass guitarist and vocalist Pat Hayes, and drummer Pete Velzen.
  8. The group's third studio album, Aerial, was released in August and was produced by Paul McKercher. The group went to Kangaroo Valley, Higgie explained, "We took our studio with us and went to this amazing house in the valley for three weeks, then we mixed it down at a place called Megaphone in Sydney, so we're up to our third alum now.
  9. Fiesta! released in July was the first single off our third album Aerial. This video was directed by Marcelle Lunam. Fiesta! peaked at #7 on the Australian Independent Singles Chart. ©

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