Further Seems Forever

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How To Start A Fire

These days, a gorgeously-crafted album is almost as rare to find as a leaf on a barren winter tree, yet Further Seems Forever has now produced this rarity two times over with their sophomore release on Tooth & Nail, “How To Start A Fire." The album was produced alongside James Paul Wisner (Dashboard Confessional, Underoath), in October of 2002 at James Wisner Studio in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Arresting vocals and screaming guitars define this guitar-driven rock album and prove that the music from these Florida boys has the kind of staying power that only rock and roll legends are made of.

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Quick Bio

Passion. It’s not only the reason so many musicians strive to make a career of their art, but it’s the inherent drive to keep aspirations alive and running. It’s what pushes a band through the loss of two separate singers and on to a third with hopeful optimism. It’s the ingredient that views skeptics as motivation and trials as inspiration. And ultimately, it’s what has set Further Seems Forever apart from the pack.

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Line-Up

Jon Bunch - Vocals
Josh Colbert - Guitar
Derick Cordoba - Guitar
Chad Neptune - Bass
Steve Kleisath - Drums