Lilac Fall is a pop duo created by twin brothers Kim Allen (drums/vocals) and Alfie Allen (guitar/vocals) in Milton Keynes, England. Coming from a musical family, dating back to their Granddad, Jerry Allen, a television entertainer/organist throughout the 50s and 60s and also the director at Morgan Studios, one of the most in demand recording studios not just in London but the world, during the late 60s and all the way through the 70s. The studio saw the likes of Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, The Cure, Paul Simon, Led Zeppelin and more go through it’s doors. Jerry also recorded for artists including Rod Stewart and Gary Moore. Inspired by their Granddad, the boys continue to follow in their family roots.
Writing, recording and producing from home, Lilac Fall experiment with various sounds and styles and when making music, don’t feel confined to any specific genre. The twins continue to grow their fan base with their bedroom pop songs and DIY approach. With modern streaming platforms, the boys like the idea of their songs being consumed as if it were one’s favourite playlist, jumping from sound to sound, a nod towards their fun versatility and “limitless” outlook towards creating music.
The brothers version of "Here Comes the Sun" was released to raise awareness for a local boy Harry Banks (Mad About Harry) and Neuroblastoma UK.