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Music Feeds Podcast Episode #26 – Twin Forks

Written by Mike Hohnen on October 9, 2013

With his previous outfit Dashboard Confessional currently on the back burner, singer/songwriter Chris Carrabba is channeling his talent into a new creative outlet, the folk ensemble Twin Forks. The outfit has now released their debut self-titled EP which has resulted in live shows popping up for the band both locally and internationally, and Music Feeds thought this would be the perfect time to pick Carrabba’s brain about the new project and where he plans on taking it.

Having experienced dizzying heights of success with Dashboard, Chris expresses a sense of absolute joy to be once again starting from the bottom. It’s hard to imagine anyone not picking up a call from the Dashboard main man, but Chris has gone against his profile, choosing to once again grow a band organically and by the sounds of things, it’s working.

Made up of musicians who are equally as pre-occupied as Carrabba, Twin Forks wasn’t really a band, that is, until after a performance where the reaction from the crowd, and the feeling on stage left them with no option but to make it official. Carrabba goes into the background of the band and how it all came together so smoothly.

Twin Forks will be heading Down Under this November for a very brief run of dates in support of City And Colour. Carrabba seems doubtful they’ll get to add more dates, but we’re guessing this won’t be the last we hear of Twin Forks.

You can check out the full interview below. This podcast will be available to download soon.

Listen: Music Feeds Podcast Episode #26 – Twin Forks (Chris Carrabba)

City And Colour Australian Tour Dates Featuring Twin Forks
Presented by Music Feeds

Saturday, 30th November
Riverstage, Brisbane
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Saturday, 7th December
Belvoir Amphitheatre, Perth
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Saturday, 14th December
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
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