Few acts achieve the sort of total experience that you receive on seeing The Fall.
Never slowing down, songs bleed into each other as energy levels increase. MES prowls the stage, feeding the crowd, handing one of his mics to the front row, adjusting his amp, tweaking Elena’s keyboard, retuning the guitar while it’s being played, mucking about. It’s all one.
Then it’s done.
– Trebuchet’s Kailas reviewing The Fall at The Garage.
25th April 2016, The Garage Islington: The Fall, Phobophobes, ShameThe Fall
The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. – Aristotle