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Vinyl LP pressing. "There are two ways things can fall, says Dude York's Claire England. "They can fall and be ruined, or they can fall gently like a feather and be fine." On Falling, their second full-length for Hardly Art, the Seattle trio explores that sentiment - evoked by the broken cake on the album cover and the soft confetti on the inside sleeve - through impossibly catchy and emotive songs that investigate the ways you can fall in and out of relationships, and sometimes fall back together. Recorded at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco with producer Patrick Brown, Falling finds Dude York sounding bigger and more fully-realized than ever with hits that would feel perfectly at home sandwiched between Jimmy Eat World and Third Eye Blind in early 2000s alt-rock radio rotation, while somehow still sounding utterly their own.