Indie-punk trio Muncie Girls have revealed another song from their forthcoming second album ‘Fixed Ideals’. ‘Falling Down’ is essentially “a song about stopping drinking. It’s also about wanting to go to university,” says vocalist and guitarist Lande Hekt, who actually realized this after the band had finished recording the song. “The line ‘Adjust, adjust, adjust. Retrust, retrust, retrust.’ refers to moving on from the crappy things that people do to you sometimes.”
‘Fixed Ideals’ will be released on 31st August via Specialist Subject Records in the UK & Europe and Buzz Records in North America with Lost Boy Records doing the honors in Australia. The album was produced by Muncie Girls’ longterm collaborator Lewis Johns (Funeral For A Friend, Rolo Tomassi, Gnarwolves) at The Ranch and mastered by Emily Lazar at The Lodge (Death Cab For Cutie, Coldplay, Haim).