News: As December Falls return with new acoustic single ‘Home’

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Ahead of their Belfast debut supporting pop-punk legends Bowling For Soup, As December Falls have shared their new single “Home”. Their first-ever acoustic release, “Home” is a tender ballad dedicated to the band’s love of “tour life” and will appear on their forthcoming album “Join The Club”. 

Vocalist Bethany Hunter says “It’s about how the stage feels like home to me. I hate working a dead-end 9 to 5 and I just want to be on stage connecting with people and sharing incredible experiences through music all the time. I need it so badly that my heart would shatter if I couldn’t do it anymore.”

Returning with the supercharged single “Mayday” – which peaked at #4 on iTunes Alternative Rock Chart, playlisted on Spotify’s Pop Punk’s Not Dead, All New Punk, Shockwave, The Scene and The Punk List and saw support from BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders, BBC Introducing Rock’s and Kerrang! Radio’s Alyx Holcombe (New Noise), BBC Radio 1’s Future Alternative Nels Hylton as well as Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Distorted Sound, CelebMix and more – As December Falls announced their new album “Join The Club” will land in July 2023. 

Upon announcement, Hunter commented “Join The Club”  is a call to arms. We were so tired of the music industry being full of sharks and just the world in general at the moment. Everywhere you look, it’s just falling to shit. It’s about not sticking to the rules when you know there’s a better way. It’s middle finger up to old ways, that we can do this without that bullshit. That’s why we called it Join The Club.”

Looking into 2023, As December Falls will be supporting Hot Milk at two one-off shows in London (Feb 2) and Manchester (Feb 3) before playing at Takedown Festival and Download Festival later this year. 

Join The Club is avaliable for pre-order at


Dec 2. – Belfast, The Telegraph Building (supporting Bowling For Soup) SOLD OUT
Dec 3. – Dublin, 3Olympia Theatre (supporting Bowling For Soup)
Dec 4. – Chester, UK @ Chester Live Rooms

Feb.2  – London, UK @ KOKO (supporting Hot Milk)
Feb 3 – Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz (supporting Hot Milk) 

Apr 8 – Southampton, UK @ Takedown Festival 
June 8-11 – Donnington Park, UK @ Download Festival 

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