Following a national support slot for singer-songwriter Emma LouiseFractures, the moniker of Melbourne-based multi-instrumentalist Mark Zito, today reveals a new live video for latest track, ‘Fall Harder’. The clip coincides with the news that Fractures will be taking his impressive live set to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne this coming February in support  of his forthcoming LP Still Here, out 10th February, 2017. Watch here

With over 11 million Spotify streams under his belt, and a handful of Hype Machine chart topping singles to his name, ‘Fall Harder’ is the second taste of Fractures’ highly anticipated debut album, Still Here. The record’s name aptly pays homage to both his persistent song-writing following a devastating neck injury and the nocturnal isolation he experienced whilst recording the album on the Mornington Peninsula, off the coast of Australia.

Written and produced by Zito and mastered by Wayne Connolly (Boy & Bear, Paper Kites), ‘Fall Harder’ premiered on Clash and explores the value of relationships, the regret of taking someone for granted and the sense of hopelessness that prevails after being left by someone you have hurt. The live video was shot at Sing Sing Studios in Melbourne.

Previously selling out his own national headline shows, Fractures recently performed at BIGSOUND and has appeared at festivals including Splendour in the Grass. With an impressive list of supporting slots for Emma Louise, Daughter, Holy Holy and Wild Beasts, Fractures’ five-piece live band are set to leave audiences across the country in awe with the ‘Still Here’ album tour kicking off February 17, 2017.


Fri, Feb 17 | Brightside, Brisbane
Sat, Feb 18 | Newtown Social Club, Sydney
Fri, Feb 24 | Howler, Melbourne

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