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Top 10 Further Seems Forever Songs
|Album Name||Release Year|
|Hope This Finds You Well||2006|
|How to Start a Fire||2003|
|The Moon Is Down||2001|
|Rank||Track Name||Play Count||Listener Count|
|1||The Moon Is Down||6,404||3,442|
|2||Snowbirds And Townies||6,347||2,944|
|4||New Year's Project||4,711||2,176|
|5||Pictures Of Shorelines||3,790||1,893|
|7||Just Until Sundown||3,495||1,788|
|9||Bye Bye Bye||3,519||1,668|
About Further Seems Forever
Further Seems Forever - Band History
Further Seems Forever began in Pompano Beach, Florida in 1998. They began with Dashboard Confessional front man Chris Carrabba at the helm, and signed to Tooth & Nail Records before releasing their first full-length The Moon is Down. Carrabba left the band after the album was recorded, and was replaced by Jason Gleason. In 2003, the band released How to Start A Fire, which peaked at number 23 on Billboard charts in the U.S. and number 6 on U.S. Christian charts. In 2004, Gleason left the band due to conflicts between band members, and was subsequently replaced by Jon Bunch, formerly of Sense Field. In 2004, the band released Hide Nothing, which peaked at number 122 on U.S. Billboard charts and number 4 on U.S. Christian charts. In 2006, Further Seems Forever disbanded for four years, before reforming in 2010 with original front man Carrabba back in the driving seat. The band is currently rehearsing and recording new material.
Further Seems Forever - The Music
Further Seems Forever plays a brand of emo that helped them become many fans' favorite band. All three of their albums are considered classics by many who were part of the early-2000's alternative music scene, as is evidenced by the fact that their reunion announcement featured a clip of the band rehearsing The Moon is Down to stir excitement. These days, their live shows carry a strong sense of nostalgia for the days when the emo genre was more widely appreciated, but also maintain a renewed sense of intensity. Make sure to get your Further Seems Forever tickets to experience this legendary band live.
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Past Tour Dates for Further Seems Forever
Further Seems Forever Tour Dates 2013
date city state venue 02/15/2013 Orlando FL The Social 02/10/2013 Baltimore MD Ottobar 02/09/2013 Philadelphia PA Trocadero 02/09/2013 Philadelphia PA Trocadero 02/08/2013 New York NY Gramercy Theatre 02/07/2013 Cambridge MA The Sinclair
Further Seems Forever Tour Dates 2012
date city state venue 11/03/2012 Baltimore MD Ottobar 11/02/2012 New York NY Gramercy Theatre 11/01/2012 Philadelphia PA Theatre of Living Arts 10/28/2012 Anaheim CA House of Blues Anaheim 10/27/2012 West Hollywood CA Troubadour 10/26/2012 San Francisco CA Bottom of the Hill 10/24/2012 Chicago IL Bottom Lounge
Further Seems Forever Tour Dates 2011
date city state venue 04/29/2011 Boston MA Paradise Rock Club 04/28/2011 Philadelphia PA Theatre of Living Arts