FALLSTAR

TAKE ON PORTLANDIA

WITH LAUNCH OF

KICKSTARTER VIDEO


Portland, Oregon based ambient hardcore act Fallstar is a ministry first, and a band second. These five guys have spent the past four years touring the country doing their best to answer the call they feel God has placed on their life as a band. The Come & Live artist has teamed up with Kickstarter in the hopes of raising $8,000 to purchase a new van. Touring is a way of life for any musician and with touring comes many expenses and hardships. Needless to say, a dependable van is an absolute necessity.

Check out Fallstar’s Kickstarter video here!

The Fallstar ministry runs on the support of others. Whether it’s through monetary contributions or through prayer from friends, family and fans, this groundwork will not go unnoticed. In order to show their deep appreciation for your donations, Fallstar has set up an incentive program in which your financial offerings translate into unique gifts. The incentives include:

Merch packs

Vocal and instrument lessons

Personalized song written and recorded by Fallstar

Released Clothing collaboration item

Club Bones clothing

A digital copy of a yet to be released cover song

Substream Music Press subscription

…and much more!

Fallstar cannot thank you enough for taking the time to hear about our needs. If you feel you cannot give financially, we ask that you keep our ministry and travels in your prayers. Thank you.

www.facebook.com/fallstar777

www.comeandlive.com

www.kickstarter.com/projects/fallstar/help-fallstar-get-back-on-the-road

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