The FALL PEOPLE

"The Fall People" is an alternative music project from Tokyo, Japan by Kelly and Megumi Rain. Their music doesn't have a fixed genre, instead the project explores a mix of influences. Their music has been described as a blend of dark wave, shoe gazer and dream pop.

 

The band is heavily inspired by the 4AD period of music in the '80s and '90s where bands set aside genre in favor of musical freedom and authenticity. The Fall People and their music are about telling their stories, experiences and sharing their inspiration.

Kelly Rain began music with the band Ninth Circle (Ivy Records Seattle) a dark wave and gothic project as well as a founding member of the Silk Road fusion project "Rain In Eden." 

Megumi Rain is an experimental pop artist and comes from a long background in traditional Japanese music. Megumi is also a founding member of the Silk Road fusion project Rain In Eden. 

 

The Fall People are: 

Kelly Rain - Vocals, guitar, synths, songwriting and production and video.

Megumi Rain - Vocals, synthesizers, acoustic instruments, visuals, video and art.

Kelly Rain "The Fall People" 

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Megumi Rain - The Fall People

Music & Video

"The Edge" by THE FALL PEOPLE

Original song by Kelly Rain. Music for lonely places at the edge. 

"The Spoils"  Massive Attack Cover by
THE FALL PEOPLE

Megumi & Kelly Rain made this video for this classic Massive Attack song using both new and vintage footage. 

"When Stars Disolve" by THE FALL PEOPLE

Original song by Kelly Rain inspired by the exploration of Non-binary gender identity.

Rain by THE FALL PEOPLE

A cover of Kelly Rain's 1996 song Rain. The song was originally released by his Ivy Records recording artist band "Ninth Circle". This remake celebrates the 25th year of the writing of that song.