Airspace | photo by Angela Marucci | courtesy of the artist
Allentown rockers Airspace aim to uplift on “The Fall”
Hailing from up the Northeast Extension in the Lehigh Valley music community, Allentown rockers Airspace returned today with a new single called “The Fall,” for the first day of fall.
The punchy, four-minute jam channels the dreamy atmospheres of Phish on its melodic verses, and the visceral punch of Jane’s Addiction on its rousing refrain, and according to the band’s Chris Carchedi, is aimed at uplifting listeners during difficult times.
As Chris tells us over email:
The song addresses the obstacles that go along with suffering from depression and aims to help those who can empathize overcome those obstacles with its overall message that comes through most clearly in the chorus. Airspace is here to help and we feel this song is equipped to do that more than any other song we’ve released up to this point.
Airspace debuted in 2017 with an EP called Falling With Style. “The Fall” is the third single they’ve released since then, and the band celebrates it with a virtual gig on Saturday, October 31st via twitch.tv/airspacelive. Listen to the single below, follow them on Instagram at @airspace_band, and check out their back-catalog at Bandcamp.