Tag: Further Seems Forever

April 3, 2022

Names Without Numbers - You Do The Talking (New Lyric Video)

I’d like to shed new light on this recent new song from Names Without Numbers. The song is called “You Do The Talking” and it’s hard to argue that this isn’t the BEST song the band has done. The band without a doubt have a diverse sound yet are extremely melodic, with precise attention pointed toward addictive melodies, and unforgettable harmonies. They are an alt-rock band with indie roots clearly showing, not afraid to shy away from a certain pop like influence.… Continued →

February 8, 2022

Further Seems Forever "The Moon Is Down" 20th Anniversary Vinyl Set

You may have blinked and missed this super special 20th anniversary printing of “The Moon Is Down” by Further Seems Forever on Vinyl (one of the colors is sold out as of this post). It is a beautifully assembled piece of art and includes an 80 page hardcover book with photos, art, and more plus an Oral History of the Band with contributions from every member of FSF who played on this album. Grab one today right here in the T&N store before it too sells out.… Continued →

September 23, 2021

Further Seems Forever x Strongarm Collab?

This is just a rumor but word on the street is that a possible Strongarm reunion (either in song or set) is taking place at the end of Further Seems Forever’s performance at Furnace Fest this weekend. Don’t quote me but a special ending is planned so stick around, #thesecretsoftheheartmademanifest. Who would love to hear a little Strongarm for old time’s sake? They should totally live stream this as well as the entire fest for us losers stuck at home wishing they were at Furnace Fest.… Continued →

July 10, 2021

Unashamed and Strongarm Concert Footage from 1995

I dug this old VHS tape out of the deepest cavern of Pre-Indie Vision Music archives that I could search through. This old tape was converted to digital (Digitized) by a company called imemories out of Arizona. I love their services and they’ve done a tremendous job so far. Anyway, check out this really old concert footage of the bands Unashamed and Strongarm from 1995 at a Church in Capo Beach California (Dana Point) called “Capo Beach Calvary Chapel”.… Continued →

December 28, 2020

February 9, 2020

Song of the Day: Further Seems Forever - For All We Know

This wasn’t the typical Further Seems Forever song of unbridled aggression, melodies intertwined into some sort of cosmic explosion of pure joy and instant approval by even your most jaded friend. This song was somewhat of a departure although still incorporating that classic “emo” sound they’d been pegged with for years. Something about this song evokes passion and unrelenting “worship”. Maybe it was intentional or possibly an unintentional after thought but this song leads one into contemplation and self-analyzing, directing you into a heaven’s gaze.… Continued →

July 8, 2019

Song of the Day: Further Seems Forever - Monachetti

For whatever reason, The Moon is Down (2001) is rather inaccessible these days. It’s not on Spotify, or iTunes (R.I.P.), or Apple Music (edit: I’m from Canada). Yet, the quality of the album remains intact after 18 years. It took me all too long to hear “Monachetti,” given I own their compilation Hope This Finds You Well which excludes the track. The song shows an angsty side of Further Seems Forever that I hadn’t heard before, and I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I do.… Continued →

July 29, 2018

Kelly Nunn Releases New Worship Ep "All Rise Up"

Kelly Nunn who has been a touring member with groups like Further Seems Forever, Maylene & The Sons of Disaster, and Underoath (among many other bands), has just released his new 7 song ep titled “All Rise Up”. This ep is beautiful and low key worship music perfect for not only Sunday mornings but any day of the week. Unlike the bands he played in, this is really mellow stuff but super good and showcases his talents.… Continued →

October 8, 2012

September 7, 2012

April 1, 2012

Further Seems Forever - The Sound

Today’s Video Flashback is from the band Further Seems Forever and their song “The Sound” off of “How to Start a Fire” (2003 Tooth & Nail Records). This version of FSF featured vocalist Jason Gleason taking over the reigns from Chris Carrabba who went on to do bigger things with his band Dashboard Confessional. I was going to post the “Snowbirds and Townies” video but I always found it weird watching Jason pretend to sing over Chris’s vocals in the video.… Continued →

January 27, 2010

April 29, 2009