Playing their 2001 album ‘The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most’ in full.
It apparently left Amy Shark “in tears”.
‘Crooked Shadows’ is coming.
They haven’t released an album since 2009’s Alter The Ending, but now American emo and acoustic rock outfit Dashboard Confessional have confirmed a new record is on its way. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly recently, Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carrabba said the band are keen to record another full-length effort, saying, “It really feels like we’re
Taylor Swift has proven once and for all that she is the mother of all BFFs. The pop star has surprised one of her girlfriends at a birthday party with an impromptu rendition of the Dashboard Confessional tune Hands Down, alongside some very special guests. Swift’s pop punk take on The Happy Birthday Song included
Dashboard Confessional songwriter and head honcho Chris Carrabba has confirmed he is “slowly” bringing back the project and is “excited” about its future. Carrabba made the announcement via Twitter, having spent recent years focusing on his Americana group, Twin Forks. Carrabba’s comments came as Dashboard Confessional took the stage at the US Silopanna Music Festival
Led into battle by the fearless Chris Carrabba, he of Dashboard Confessional fame, acoustic folk ensemble Twin Forks have announced they will be supporting City And Colour for his outdoor Australian tour dates this November. Twin Forks will be manning support duties for the Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne dates of the national tour, and the
He’s been coined as the Godfather of modern day emo music, and whether you enjoy the pure emotion, intimate and honest music made by Dashboard Confessional, their success made it possible for much of the music we know and love today to break the surface. Now only a stone’s throw away from Soundwave 2012, I
Dashboard Confessional have announced Australian tour dates on the back of their appearance on the Soundwave 2012 line-up next year. They’ll be playing two sidewaves at The Manning Bar in Sydney and the Prince of Wales in Melbourne. Returning with their 6th studio album Alter The Ending, their most confident and optimistic outing to date,