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Funeral For A Friend - Funeral for a Friend

  by Katie Anderson

published: 11 / 1 / 2008



Funeral For A Friend - Funeral for a Friend

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Katie Anderson photographs bestselling Welsh post-hardcore act Funeral for a Friend at a gig at the Bournemouth Opera House on a British tour


Funeral for a Friend were formed in Cardiff in 2002 and were voted Kerrang’s Best UK Newcomers just over a year later. In the time since then the Welsh post-hardcore band have been the winners of various other Kerrang awards, had nine UK Top 40 singles and also three bestselling albums, 'Casually Dressed and Deep in Conversation' (2003),'Hours'(2005) and 'Tales Don't Tell Themselves' (2007), the latter of which reached No. 3 in the albums chart. The group, which currently consists of Matt Davis (vocals), Kris Coombs-Roberts (guitar) , Darren Smith (guitar), Gareth Davies (bass), and Ryan Richards (drums), have always toured feverishly, and have played both the Warped and Taste of Chaos tours as well as prestigous slots at the Reading and Leeds and Downloads Festivals. These photographs were taken by Katie Anderson at a gig at the Bournemouth Opera House on the 10th December on Funeral for a Friend's latest British tour.



Band Links:-
http://funeralforafriend.com/
https://www.facebook.com/funeralforafriend
https://twitter.com/ffaf
https://www.youtube.com/user/FuneralTube
https://plus.google.com/107881021928826489295


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Interview (2005)
Funeral For A Friend - Interview
Funeral for a Friend have had five Top 40 singles and two bestselling albums, but success has not come entirely smoothly. Guitarist Darren Smith talks to Ana Grabov about their new album 'Hours' and the reality of life on the road
Interview (2004)

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See You All in Hell (2011)
Fantastic combination of new tracks, re-mixes and live performances, this is a welcome on nine track EP from Funeral For A Friend, which serves as an appendage to their recent @Welcome Home Armageddon' album
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