paradise fell. return with new single ‘SUFFOCATE’

paradise fell. unveil new single ‘SUFFOCATE’

+ Announce debut tour in Germany with gürl

+ Announce March London show with Halflives

Photo Credit: Joe Westley

London, UK based alternative project paradise fell. have today shared their fourth studio single ‘SUFFOCATE’. paradise fell. are growing into their unapologetically lean, smart and undeniably hooky approach to the nu-rock, nu-grunge wave with an irresistible sound. Having nurtured a deep connection with fans via the release of their first three singles, paradise fell. move forward into a new era in 2024 with the release of new single ‘SUFFOCATE’, while introducing the lore and characters surrounding their world of beautiful chaos.

“Suffocate is a twisted dive into my headspace most days”, explains paradise fell. “That weight of expectation, that you need to become something more. To do more. Be someone else. It drags you down, it’s heavy, pressure tightening your chest or like a noose around your neck. The future has a chokehold on me.”

Watch the official lyric video for ‘SUFFOCATE’ right here:

paradise fell. - SUFFOCATE. (Lyric Video)



paradise fell will be celebrating the release of their new single ‘SUFFOCATE’ with a live appearance at The Dome, London with Halflives on the 2nd March. The project will also be taking on their very first tour in April, taking place in Germany with gürl and stopping off in Munich, Cologne, Berlin and Hamburg. All details below:

02.03 – London, The Dome w/ Halflives – Tickets: HERE

22.04 – Munich, Milla w/ gürl

23.04 – Cologne, Helios 37 w/ gürl

24.04 – Berlin, Badehaus w/ gürl

25.04 – Hamburg, Goldener Salon w/ gürl

Tickets: HERE

Their fourth studio single follows three single releases in 2023 (VICES., Love Stained. and FOREVER // EVERMORE) which combined achieved support from Spotify and Amazon editorial playlists, national radio support from BBC Radio 1’s Future Alternative with Nels Hylton, BBC Introducing, Planet Rock (Track of the week) as well as press support from Kerrang!, Bring The Noise, Forever Loud,  Distorted Sound, Punktastic and much more.

Their debut show in September 2023 headlining the Black Heart (London) saw over 100 heads in the room, with some fans travelling from across the country and from Europe to see their new obsession, live.

paradise fell – ‘SUFFOCATE’ | Out now: STREAM HERE