Little Falcon is a native 25-year-old St. Louisan who started creating music under the assumed name in 2010 and has since released two albums and one EP. The first, "The Coffee House," was recorded in Springfield, Missouri with Blake Walker Records in 2011. His second album, released in 2014 entitled "In A Car," was mixed by Alex Robinson and mastered by Rueben Cohen ("Pitch Perfect," Bruno Mars, Dev) of Lurssen Mastering.
The songs of "In A Car" share one storyline but represent two perspectives — one a struggling musician and the other a self-destructive drug dealer. Neither men were meant to cross paths, but they become intertwined by the feelings they develop for each other. "The album deals a lot with pride and how some people find it so hard to admit that they're wrong," said Falcon. "It also shows how people find it hard to forgive themselves. Love can make us act extremely childish." In 2015, he earned an RFT Music Award nomination in the singer-songwriter category for the album.