She’s ok with it but fellow hardcore band Funeral For A Friend are not.
Funeral For A Friend
Hold on to your 13-year-old self’s heart, it might just be about to break, because Funeral For A Friend are officially calling it quits. But the good news is, Aussie fans will have a chance to lay them to rest appropriately. After releasing their seventh studio album Chapter And Verse and embarking on an Australian
Funeral for a Friend are past the point of caring. Not in an “all hope is lost” kind of way, which would be more befitting of their early days and the angst of the MySpace days. Rather, the band are done with fussing over their public perception. Whatever people may take away from who the
Welsh post-hardcore quintet Funeral For A Friend have announced a return to Australia for a run of dates in April 2015 in support of forthcoming seventh album, Chapter and Verse. This tour will be the band’s seventh Australian visit since the release of their landmark debut, Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation. Funeral For A
Funeral For A Friend have announced their biggest run of Aussie tour dates yet. Heading Down Under in support of their latest album, Conduit, the band’s return also rides a wave of much-needed teenage nostalgia, with the tour marking the 10th anniversary of the album that soundtracked many an awkward, angsty high school experience, Casually
After playing together for more than 10 years, post-hardcore veterans Funeral For A Friend have parted ways with Ryan Richards, their longtime friend and bandmate. The band has announced that Pat Lundy from British Metalcore band Rise To Remain will be picking up the sticks.