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Further Seems Forever working on new material

According to a recent interview Chris Carrabba did with Billboard, Further Seems Forever is currently working on some new material. Here’s what Carrabba had to say about it:

“I’ve been working on it the longest, and it’s the closest to being done,” “The idea of what this record is, it’s concrete to us and we’re implementing it. It’s a rocker, for sure. Plus, I’m not completely 100 percent zeroed in on the other things.”

Further Seems Forever last released “Hide Nothing” in 2004, before disbanding in 2006.

Gaslight Anthem, Taking Back Sunday, Further Seems Forever, Alkaline Trio, and more added to Bamboozle Festival

You lucky East Coast kids get some new additions to the annual Bamboozle Festival. Further Seems Forever, Alkaline Trio, Taking Back Sunday,  The Gaslight Anthem and Thrice have been confirmed for this year.

The Bamboozle Festival will take place April 29, 30 and May 1 at the new Meadowlands Stadium in New Jersey. We’ll keep you updated on new details, as well as band announcements, and Roadshow information.

Further Seems Forever release acoustic 7-inch featuring original lineup

Further Seems Forever went ahead and sneakily released an acoustic 7 inch release that features the original lineup, including original frontman Chris Carrabba, who left the band in 2000 to pursue his then-solo acoustic project Dashboard Confessional.

The release features acoustic versions of “The Moon Is Down” and “New Year’s Project” and is limited to only 1000 copies.  You can snag them on the band’s webstore.

Further Seems Forever reuniting with original singer Chris Carrabba

It would appear that pioneering emocore act Further Seems Forever are reuniting with original frontman Chris Carrabba, who left the band in 2000 to pursue his then-solo acoustic project Dashboard Confessional. Details are currently sparse as to what the reunion entails—one show, a tour, new songs or even more—but the group have posted a short teaser video of them rehearsing “The Moon Is Down” at their new website which ends with the word “SPRING,” indicating that whatever is going to happen is still a few seasons away. The band have also launched an official Twitter account, although it remains quiet at present time.

Carrabba fronted the band’s most well-known and beloved release, 2001’s The Moon Is Down; the singer previously reunited with FSF’s original lineup to headline the Bamboozle in 2005. After Carrabba’s initial departure, Further Seems Forever went through two more singers, Jason Gleason and Jon Bunch, before disbanding in 2006.