Featuring a unique combination of two charismatic front-men, alternative rock band Pridefalls got its start in 2005 performing cover songs and fledgling originals in bars, clubs, and college venues throughout New England. In the winter months of 2006 the Massachusetts-based group recorded a 5-track EP titled "Let's Go". Nominations as the area's "Best New Band" and "Best Rock Band" followed shortly after the success of the independently recorded and released disc. Pridefalls chose to focus all attention on writing and performing original music. With a belief that all great music begins with pure and honest lyrics, vocalists John Veit and Tim Cullinan deliver extremely personal perspectives to their songwriting. Their songs can be referred to as musical story-telling as they pull from past experiences of love, loss and life in general. At their purest form, the band's songs begin with a pen, paper and an acoustic guitar. The songs are brought to the remaining members of the band to develop the anthemic rock sound Pridefalls is known for. Veit (Vocals, Guitar) and Cullinan (Vocals, Guitar), are joined by Steve Becker (Guitar, Keys), Sean Croteau (Drums) and Paul Dionne (Bass). Influenced by the likes of The Fray, OneRepublic and Incubus, the five-piece band often weaves together harmonic vocal melodies with a wall of complementing guitars.