Further Seems Forever Announce Three Northeast Dates

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Further Seems Forever have announced three new Northeast tour dates. You’ll find those, and the press release announcing the tour, below.

    July 28 – Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
    July 29 – Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
    July 30 – The Gramercy Theatre – New York, NY

    April 19th, 2016 – Pompano Beach, FL – Just one month after wrapping their first tour in 10 years, Further Seems Forever will be hitting the road again for a string of Northeast shows. Kicking off on July 28th, the three-date tour will bring the band to Soundstage in Baltimore, MD, Brighton Music Hall in Boston, MA and Gramercy Theatre in New York, NY. Special guests will include Young and Heartless and Kids. Fans will be able to purchase tickets starting this Friday, April 22nd. For more information on Further Seems Forever, please visit: http://furtherseemsforever.com.
    Returning back from the recent tour, singer Jason Gleason said, “The first leg of shows were magical. The second we stepped on stage it felt nostalgic and equally fresh all at the same time. It felt great to meet so many fans that flew in from all over the world and to have a situation where we could comfortably pick up right where we left off.”

    Some books are better left unfinished while others empty pages leave us wondering, “what happened?” The book of Further Seems Forever has had many dramatic chapters, a revolving cast of characters and one main plot point that endured throughout: incredible, innovative and passionate songs that could make the most introverted person belt out their lyrics. In 2003 you would be hard pressed to find someone not belting out “Let’s set this city ablaze!” which are the opening words to the band’s second record, How To Start A Fire. The album sold over 100,000 copies in the US alone. For the next two years, Further Seems Forever hit the road with a fire and a fury rarely seen by their peers. Touring with bands such as New Found Glory, Elliott, Hot Rod Circuit, Thursday, Coheed & Cambria and so many more, the band solidified themselves as a leader in their genre. Too often the case with creative, passionate people, life on the road began to take its toll on the members of the band. Jason Gleason, Derek Cordoba, Chad Neptune and Steve Kleisath made incredible music together but on the heels of what would be their biggest headline tour to date (The Tooth and Nail Tour with support from Anberlin), the music stopped. Tensions between the members had reached a critical point and Gleason had decided to leave the band. While the band continued on with new singer, Jon Bunch, many fans were left with an incomplete feeling. This wasn’t how it was meant to end and over ten years later, Further Seems Forever is back with Jason Gleason and ready to finish the chapter that is How To Start a Fire.

    When asked about their recent reunion and “How To Start A Fire” tour, bassist Chad Neptune said: “Further Seems Forever was a lot of things… and for a lot of people ‘How To Start A Fire’ is what it was. Jason, Steve, Derick & I toured the world in this incarnation more than any other. We met a lot of people and slept on a lot of their floors. Things ended very abrupt with Jason to say the least. I think we realized that there was a contingent of our fans that wanted to see Jason again. This is also therapeutic for us.”

    Further Seems Forever is Jason Gleason (vocals), Derick Cordoba (guitar), Chad Neptune (bass), and Steven Kleisath (drums).

     
  2. bmir14

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    yes yes yes yes yes yes yes
     
  3. Ryan

    Might be Spider-Man...

    Would see if they came to Chicago
     
  4. quietwords

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    Yesssss! Ticket already purchased for Boston!
     
  5. j0hnnyrt

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    Where's Philly! Looks like I'll have to go to Baltimore or NYC.
     
  6. thetruthisvile

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    These guys need to come back full time.
     
  7. Mister Lyrical

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    They're supporting Sense Field for the Jon Bunch memorial show at the TLA, June 25th.
     
  8. j0hnnyrt

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    Cool! Is there any information about this anywhere?
     
  9. Mister Lyrical

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  10. j0hnnyrt

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