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    Further Seems Forever

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Call On The Life lyrics
    2Blank Page Empire lyrics
    3On The Outside lyrics
    The Moon Is Down lyrics
    5The Deep lyrics
    6There, Now I've Said It lyrics
    7Rescue Trained lyrics
    8I Am lyrics
    9All Rise lyrics
    10For All We Know lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Hope This Finds You Well [2006]
    2Hide Nothing [2004]
    3The Moon Is Down [2002]
    4From The 27th State [split EP with Recess Theory] [1999]
    Penny Black [2012]
    6How To Start A Fire [2003]


    Further Seems Forever (often abbreviated FSF) is a rock band based in Pompano Beach, Florida, United States that formed after the breakup of the well established hardcore outfit, Strongarm, in 1998. FSF has often been labeled a "Christian band" due to their long association with Tooth & Nail Records and performances at festivals such as Cornerstone, yet members maintain that their lyrics are open to free interpretation.

    The band went through three different lead singers, Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional), Jason Gleason(Affinity, and later ActionReaction) and finally Jon Bunch (Sense Field). The final line-up:
    Jonathan Bunch - Vocals (Sense Field)
    Josh Colbert - Guitar
    Chad Neptune - Bass Guitar (Strongarm)
    Steve Kleisath - Drums (Strongarm, Shai Hulud, En Masse)
    Derick Cordoba - Guitar.

    FSF's releases in order are:
    From the 27th State Split EP (1999)
    The Moon Is Down (2001)
    Further Seems Forever / Twothirtyeight Split 7" (2002)
    How to Start a Fire (2003)
    Hide Nothing (2004)
    Hope This Finds You Well (2006, retrospective)
    Final Curtain (2007, 567 records)

    The band also appeared on numerous compilation discs such as Emo Diaries Volume 4, Punk Goes Pop, A Santa Cause: Its a Punk Rock Christmas, and Rock Music: A Tribute to Weezer.

    In late 2005, FSF went on a long hiatus. And in January 2006, the band posted a message on their website announcing that their shows in early 2006 through the United States and Canada would be their last as a band. During its existence, FSF gave more than a thousand performances. The individual band members proceeded to new jobs. There would be no new album project, but a compilation entitled Hope This Finds You Well was released by Tooth & Nail Records in April 2006. The band also indicated there would be a DVD release of videos and live performance scenes entitled "The Final Curtain". As of late 2010, it was announced the reunion of the band alongside the original singer, Chris Carrabba.

    The name "Further Seems Forever" reflects the band's feelings, being constantly away from family and loved ones while on tour.

    The Band Reunited and has planned a tour for 2011

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