The Fallen Leaves

The Fallen Leaves are a British garage rock group that formed in Richmond, London in 2004. The group was formed by Rob Symmons (dustbin guitar) and Rob Green (vocals) with Paul Myers (bass), and for a very short time, Paul Cook (drums). The current line up features drummer, Ian O'Sullivan and bassist, Matthew Karas.

Read more about The Fallen Leaves:  Prehistory, Formation of The Band and Changing Line Ups, 2006-present, Musical Styles and Influence, The Parliament Club

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