Linear Downfall kicking off tour at Nashville’s The High Watt on 5/6

Linear Downfall, an experimental band from Nashville, is known for seamlessly blending psychotic noise along with beautiful melodies. Their music taps into the highs and lows of life and challenges one to look inward. Their live show is intense and jarring captivating the audience from beginning to end. They have self-released three albums and one EP, extensively toured the U.S., and caught the attention of the Flaming Lips which led to their side project called the Electric Würms.

Sufferland is a full-length album that is accompanied by a film. It is described as, “A walk through the many compartmentalized landscapes in the mind of a tormented girl who is under the control of a tormented man.” The film was chosen to be a part of the Nashville Film Festival 2015. The highly visceral music demonstrates to listeners that they can be free to feel and know that they are not alone.

“We all go through dark periods in our life but the main objective is to find the light. No matter what is taken from us and we feel empty, ugly, and alone we can always find the happiness to make us whole again.” – Linear Downfall

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Socials…

Bandcamp: https://lineardownfall.bandcamp.com
Instagram: https://instagram.com/lineardownfall
SoundCloud- https://soundcloud.com/lineardownfall

Spring 2016 U.S. Tour

05.06 – The High Watt (Nashville, TN)
05.12 – Thirsty Hippo (Hattiesburg, MS)
05.13 – Walter’s Downtown (Houston, TX)
05.14 – Sidewinder (outside) (Austin, TX)
05.15 – Kamiposi (Midland, TX)
05.16 – Sister (Albuquerque, NM)
05.17 – ThirdSpace (Phoenix, AZ)
05.19 – All Star Lanes (Los Angeles, CA)
05.20 – Neck of the Woods (San Francisco, CA)
05.21 – Black Forest (Eugene, OR)
05.23 – Neurolux (Boise, ID)
05.24 – Diabolical Records (Salt Lake City, UT)
05.25 – Rhinoceropolis (Denver, CO)
05.26 – Governor’s Mansion (Iowa City, IA)
05.27 – The Beat Kitchen (Chicago, IL)
05.28 – The Sanctuary (Detroit, MI)
05.29 – Spirit (Pittsburgh, PA)
05.31 – Out of the Blue Too Art Gallery (Boston, MA)
06.02 – Shea Stadium (Brooklyn, NY)
06.04 – Union Arts (Washington, DC)