Deepfall is a rock band out of Michigan who actually surprise. One would think that they’d have this very heavy sound, but really they were more alternative and for those into Three Doors Down. Instead of this pulsating sound, the vocals in “Karma” were more soothing than anything. He was a man who could actually sing very well and harmonically. We get a little sentimental with “Times We Had.” It is one of those songs you could hear on the radio tomorrow, for real. Then we roll on into “Do You Believe.” Here is one where the instrumentation stands out above the rest. It is a well constructed song musically, shout out for that. Lastly, “So Alone” brings it all in. It gives you that Three Doors vibe again. If they haven’t toured together, they should. They’re a perfect alt-rock match. If you like rock that has a mainstream appeal, check out Michigan’s Deepfall today.
A couple weeks ago, WGRD hosted our first Christmas Party at the Stache, with Citizen Zero and local rockers Deepfall. It was a great show, and we gave away a ton of cool autographed stuff, including guitars! We’ve been playing the song “Monster” from Deepfall, and now, the band has released the video for it!
The band teamed up with Voyage Pictures for the shoot, which took place in several locations around the Grand Rapids area, including a forest scene, and a downtown alleyway.
Give the video some love, and the band! Let’s all make our New Year’s resolution that we will support local music more. We’ve got a lot of amazing bands here, let’s tell the world!
GREENVILLE — The members of the rock band DEEPFALL have some big dreams.
Tim King, keyboardist and manager, says the group hopes to “go as big as we can manage,” hopefully touring the nation or globe while keeping their roots in Greenville, where they have a private studio.
Right now, King and fellow DEEPFALL members Chris Kuiper, bassist; Rich Hopkins, lead vocalist; Jim Sully, percussionist; and Jason Goodwin, lead guitarist, are starting to achieve some of their goals.
They have started receiving airplay on 97.9 WGRD in Grand Rapids, which Kuiper said was surreal and gives him chills when he hears a DEEPFALL song come on the radio.
The group also recently embarked on a bigger project: Shooting a music video to accompany their song “Monster.”
The song is special to the band as it’s the first single they released that was professionally mixed in Los Angeles and mastered in New York.