"That's right" said The Fallen Leaves
||rev. rob green- singer
robert symmons- guitar
gareth mountbatten evans- bass
ian o'sullivan- drums
||The Fallen Leaves are:
mod, beat, garage, punk.
..."a confrontational cacophony of clashing rock'n'roll destroyed and reassembeled with strange and awkward angles"
- Plan B
|THE FALLEN LEAVES hail from Southwest London and were formed in 2004 by Rob Green (singer) and Robert Symmons(guitar).
Rob Green built himself a reputation singing at Bernie Rhodes' legendary "CLUB LEFT" and by performing with Vic Godard's SUBWAY SECT, at the "MUSIC MACHINE" in 1980.
Robert Symmons was the original guitarist and founder of SUBWAY SECT(1976-1978), which he formed with Vic Godard.
Subway Sect made their debut in 1976 at The 100 Club Punk Festival alongside such groups as, The Clash, The Sex Pistols, Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Damned and The Buzzcocks.
Subway Sect also joined The Clash for the White Riot Tour and made two acknowledged classic Punk singles:
Nobody's Scared / Don't Split It (1978 Braik Records)
Ambition / A Different Story (Rough Trade 1978)
The original line-up featured:
Paul Smith- drums
THE FALLEN LEAVES play the London area and beyond and also set up and run
THE PARLIAMENT CLUB at THE INN ON THE GREEN in West London.
THE PARLIAMENT CLUB hosts about 5 or 6 shows a year and feature THE FALLEN LEAVES, who have been joined by the likes of:
JOHN'S CHILDREN, BILLY CHILDISH, EATER, DOWNLINERS SECT, THE MASONICS and many more.
THE FALLEN LEAVES ON MYSPACE
THE PARLIAMENT CLUB ON MYSPACE
New Lp- IT'S TOO LATE NOW, TROUBLE-45 and TROUBLE EP are out now on Parliament Records- you can buy them here:
THE FALLEN LEAVES STORE
|wild billy childish, buff medways, buzzcocks, armitage shanks. downliners sect, masonics, the pretty things, bo diddley, jimmy reed, marc bolan, t.rex, thee milkshakes, leadbelly, link wray, the flintstones, kinks, yardbirds, who, morrissey, stones, birds, eyes, creation, small faces, syd barrett, johns children, the seeds, modern lovers, sinatra, bennett, torme
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