Enola Fall are an Australian indie rock, pop band formed as Melatonin in Hobart, Tasmania in 2001. Original members were Adam D'Andrea, Kieran Holm and Joe Nuttall; Nuttall has continued with later members of Tristan Barnes, Lochner James and Nicholas Howe.
Melatonin formed in 2001 in Hobart, Tasmania with Adam D'Andrea on drums, Kieran Holm on bass guitar and Joe Nuttall on vocals and guitar. They released the self-titled debut album Melatonin in that year. They were joined by guitarist, Matthew Moller in 2002 and issued their second album, The City and the Sea. Psam Parsons on keyboards, mandolin and backing vocals became a member and their third album, It Always Comes to This appeared in 2003. They changed the band name from Melatonin to Enola Fall and performed at venues in Eastern Australia and at the Falls Festival music event in Marion Bay. Since 2003, they toured Europe five months and have supported Architecture in Helsinki, Eskimo Joe, The Panics, Violent Femmes, Amanda Palmer and Something for Kate.
Their first album as Enola Fall, We Never Sleep, was released in 2005 and is in the National Library of Australia collection. By December 2008, the line-up was Nuttall, Tristan Barnes, Elliot Taylor and Linc LeFevre. Their album, Glorious Five Year Plan, was issued on the MGM label and appeared on Apple's iTunes store on 10 January. In July, Enola Fall won awards for 'Best Tasmanian Band' and 'Best Indie/Pop' at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Amplified Awards. The band will release their new EP titled "I am an Aerial" on the first of April.