Ramona Falls is an indie rock project founded by Brent Knopf and based in Portland, Oregon. Brent Knopf is also one-third of the band Menomena.The project took shape after Menomena's recording process for their
third album was delayed. Knopf embarked on the project that gave him
the opportunity to work
with other 35 colleagues from the Portland and
New York areas.
Ramona Falls is named after a waterfall located near Mt. Hood, a place where Knopf used to hike as a child.
It's believed that Brent had played a handful of his own material at
shows around Portland, Oregon sometime in the years prior to the Ramona
Falls project. Most recently is his PDX@CMJ performance October 24th,
2008 in New York under the title "Dear Everything." It is believed that
at least some of this material was further developed for "Intuit".-Wikipedia
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