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Dashboard Confessional Shares Live Video From 2001

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    Dashboard Confessional have shared a newly discovered live video of “Screaming Infidelities” from 2001.

    Celebrating 20 years as a band, Dashboard Confessional today released their first-ever career-spanning compilation, The Best Ones Of The Best Ones, which features selections from all seven studio albums, the So Impossible and The Drowning EPs, and the band’s legendary, Platinum-certified MTV Unplugged performance. The band has also shared a newly unearthed live video of “Screaming Infidelities” off their 2001 breakout LP, The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most; the footage—filmed in Hartford, CT within months of the album’s release—was found on a VHS tape in lead singer/songwriter Chris Carrabba’s basement storage. Watch it now HERE.
    As part of their 20th celebration tour of intimate rooms across the U.S. and Canada, Dashboard Confessional will perform The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most and 2003’s A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar in their entirety on select nights of the predominantly sold-out run (a mix of songs from both albums will be played on others). The tour begins on February 4th and The Get Up Kids and Piebald will join as support on separate dates. Dashboard Confessional are also now confirmed to perform at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 12th. See below for a full itinerary.

    In the months leading up to The Best Ones Of The Best Ones, Carrabba has completed an acoustic tour of Europe and the U.K.; filmed an interview and performance for The Ringer’s Ringer Room series; been featured in New York Magazine’s The Strategist and NYLON, among others; and guested on Damian Abraham’s (of Fucked Up) Turned Out A Punk and Consequence of Sound’s Kyle Meredith With podcasts. Carrabba—who now owns the majority of Dashboard Confessional’s master recordings (a notable rarity in the music industry)—has self-released the physical, double LP version of The Best Ones Of The Best Ones, with distribution via AWAL.

    The Best Ones Of The Best Ones is now available in multiple formats and can be streamed on all major platforms including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube Music, and Pandora, among others HERE. To celebrate 20 years of Dashboard Confessional, Chris Carrabba has taken over Spotify’s #ThrowbackThursday playlist and curated songs he feels best shaped the last 20 years of emo music – listen HERE.

    From start to finish, The Best Ones Of The Best Ones showcases the profound durability of Dashboard Confessional’s music over the past two decades. The collection highlights Carrabba’s extraordinary ability to give a cathartic voice to the messiest of emotions, which led the band to ascend from a bedroom project to a global sensation.

    With more new music coming soon, Carrabba looks forward to carrying a celebratory spirit all throughout 2020 and reconnecting with his legion of listeners across the globe. “The fact that my music has had an effect on anybody’s life besides mine is so humbling, and one of the greatest parts of that has been getting to know the people who have become fans over the years,” he says. “Because the thing is that people can choose your band, but it doesn’t work the other way around—you don’t get to choose your fans. I always feel so incredibly lucky these are the fans who ended up choosing us.”

    Read Dashboard Confessional’s The Best Ones Of The Best Ones bio / download photos and cover artwork HERE.

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  2. MightyBrian

    This is where I am suppose to write something cool Prestigious

    i wonder if this video was when he was on tour with alk3, hot rod circuit and no motiv
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  3. razorburn


    Damn. What a line-up.
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