Fallon Cush’s 2011 debut self titled album was never meant to see the light of day but did and went on to receive airplay in Australia, U.S and Europe. Establishing what has since become Fallon Cush’s trademark warm and engaging sound.
2012 saw the band back in Linear Recording, Sydney with Scott Aplin (keys), Chris Vallejo (bass) and Josh Schuberth (drums, bass), recording what would become 2012's follow up album, April. With Glen Hannah on guitar and Lily Dior on backing vocals the songs were again allowed to grow organically in the studio with the musicianship of the band evident throughout. The album was recorded and mixed by Chris Vallejo and mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, NYC. Whereas the first album flourished with power pop; April retained Fallon Cush's innate pop sensibility while adding a tinge of Americana.
April was featured pre-release by American Songwriter and described by No Depression as "destined to be a classic". Like 2011s self titled debut, April received lots of good reviews and airplay in Australia, U.S and Europe.
In early 2015 recording began on the third album in Linear Recording with Chris Vallejo engineering with Steve Smith, Suzy Goodwin, Glen Hannah, Scott Aplin and Josh Schuberth once again making it up on the fly.