In The Fall

Album: The Last Of The Romantics (2005)


  • Twilight's Moon lead singer Brian Larsen wrote this for his friend Lisa Loeb, but ended up deciding to keep the song for himself.
  • Larsen said in a 2005 interview that this song was about "Losing yourself for so long in another person that you completely forget who you really are."
  • Larsen is the world's youngest musician ever to receive five RIAA sales awards. He became famous as a co-producer for the million-selling band The All-American Rejects. He has produced music for more than a dozen artists. Said Larsen, "Writing 'In The Fall' was the reason I decided to stay in the music industry."
  • The video for this song was shot in one continuous sequence in Maryland and features only lead singer Brian Larsen.
  • This song was released exclusively as a promotional single from Twilight's Moon's Greatest Hits album but managed to chart in 7 countries. It spent 5 weeks at #1 on MySpace's daily plays/downloads chart, the longest for any artist ever. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Jeff - Los Angeles, CA, for all above


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