News: As December Falls release new album ‘Join The Club’

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Nottingham pop-punk gang As December Falls have released their bold and sincere new album “Join The Club” through ADF Records via InGrooves. A record of great importance for the band, the lead-up for “Join The Club” has seen As December Falls win Best Breakthrough at Heavy Music Awards 2023, make their debut performance at Download Festival and announce their biggest headline tour yet – 20 dates across the UK & EU. It is also the band’s first chart-eligible release; the results of the incredible hard work from both the band and their passionate fans will be seen next week. 

Speaking on the release of “Join The Club”, Bethany Hunter says “This album is everything to us, it honestly almost feels like our debut album as it’s the first time we’ve managed to achieve the exact vision of what we have for As December Falls. There’s not a single track on the record that I think we could have made better and I’m so proud of this body of work. Even if we don’t chart and don’t hit ‘industry goals’ the fan’s reactions have made all the hard work worth it. If anything else comes out of it, it’s a bonus at this point.”

To celebrate the album release, As December Falls have shared the video for the album’s title track. Filmed at Download Festival 2023, “Join The Club” is a clarion call, delivered in As December Falls signature sound, to every pop-punk fan wanting to be seen. The video wraps with the undeniable encore heard at last month’s festival. 

As December Falls will play their first of 7 in store appearances tonight at Hey Joe in Brentwood before visiting individual record stores in Nottingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Southampton, London and Kingston. Tickets for these dates, as well as the dates for their UK & EU headline winter tour with Dream State and Lizzy Farrall, are on sale at

“Join The Club” is a landmark release for As December Falls. Their 2021 release, “Happier”, saw the band step into the UK pop-punk scene from their previous position of independent outsiders but with “Join The Club” they have completely arrived. More confident of their instincts and abilities, this album is their heaviest and bravest yet. 

Working around strict schedules decided by their day jobs, As December Falls worked with producers John Mitchell (on Go Away) and Alex Copp (Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes), mix engineers Ian Dowling (on Home – One Direction, Kasabian, McBusted) and Stevie Knight (Yours Truly,  Stand Atlantic) and Grant Berry (All Time Low,, Static Dress) for mastering to bring Join The Club to life. As December Falls fiercely independent streak is out in full force on their new record. 

Throughout the album, “Join The Club” reveals itself to be a spectacularly personal record as themes of deep adoration and subsequent heartbreak, anxiety and ultimate perseverance are explored even deeper than As December Falls have done before. As December Falls dispel the idea of the burden of friendship on “Honey” and “I Can’t Sleep” gives insight into Hunter’s own now-conquered challenges. 

“Join The Club” also includes previously released singles “Go Away”, “Mayday”, Carousel”, “Home”, “Alive” and “Little By Little” – releases that saw them peak at #6 and #10 on the iTunes alternative chart and have earned them praise and support from leading alternative tastemakers from the worlds of print, online, radio and TV. 

As December Falls videos have enjoyed regular rotation from MTV, Kerrang TV and continued support from Kerrang Radio and BBC Radio 1 DJs Jack Saunders, Alyx Holmcombe and Nels Hylton (who named Carousel as his Future Flavour upon release). This support has been echoed by the likes of Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Upset, Distorted Sound, When The Horn Blows, Noizze, Rock Sins, Punktastic, Already Heard and many more. 

Join The Club Tracklist 

  1. Join The Club
  2. Honey
  3. Carousel
  4. Mayday
  5. Go Away
  6. I Can’t Sleep
  7. Little By Little
  8. Home
  9. Alive
  10. Leave

See all of As December Falls live dates below: 

July 2023 – Album Release In Store Appearances 

21st Brentwood, Hey Joe

22nd Nottingham, Rough Trade

23rd Liverpool, Jacaranda

24th Leeds, Vinyl Whistle

25th Southampton, Vinilo

26th   London, Rough Trade East

27th Kingston, Banquet 

November 2023 

6th        Stuttgart, Im Wizemann Studio

7th   Cologne, Helios37

8th        Osnabruck, Bastard Club 

10th OBerhausen, Druckluft Club

11th        Kassel, Goethes Postamo

12th        Hamburg, Indra

14th        Hannover, Lux

15th        Berlin, Cassiopeia

16th        Prague, Cafe V Lese

18th        Milan, Legend Club

20th         Munich, Backstage Club

21st        Wisbaden Kesselhaus

23rd        Trier, Mergener Hof

26th        Bristol, SWX *

28th        Glasgow, Garage *

29th        Birmingham, The Mill *

30th        London, Scala *

December 2023

1st        Manchester, Academy 2 *

3rd        Dublin, Grand Social

4th        Belfast, Ulster Sports Cub 

Dream State to support on all November and December dates.
*with Lizzy Farrall

All tickets available from

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