EDITORS CHOICE: Gasoline & Matches release Whiskey soaked, guitar driven anthem “Afraid to Fall”

Gasoline and Matches released their eagerly awaited new single ‘Afraid to Fall’ on Friday 2nd June. A whiskey soaked, guitar driven anthem for those stuck in the friendship zone!

This multi-award winning British band combines clever hooks and relatable lyrics with serious musicianship. Fronted by Birmigham natives Sally Rea Morris and Stephen Marks, they are fierce entertainers known for their tongue-in-cheek humour. Their much-loved song ‘Never Have I Ever’ won support from Bob Harris who played it on BBC Radio 2, and they never fail to get festival goers on their feet to participate in the infamous drinking game which inspired the song. Much like their previous single, their upcoming release ‘Afraid To Fall’ is bound to become another huge festival anthem this Summer!

Talking about the song, the band said ‘We have been working on our new music since before the pandemic, so it feels so good to finally be putting it out into the world! Afraid to Fall is the anthem for anyone stuck in the friend zone, and we hope it encourages our listeners to be empowered to go all in on whatever they have been holding back from. We can all feel afraid of the unknown, but when the fear of not knowing is scarier than the outcome, sometimes you have to dive in headfirst and face the consequences”