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Funeral For A Friend – Sixteen

March 12, 2011 by  

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Funeral For A Friend – Sixteen

NAME: Funeral For A Friend
SINGLE: Sixteen
DATE: 28February2011

LABEL: Distiller Records

RATING: 4/5

FIVE WORD REVIEW: FFAF blow away the competition.

LOCATION: Bridgend, Wales

LINE UP: Matthew Davies-Kreye (vocals), Richard Boucher (bass), Kris Coombs-Roberts (guitar), Ryan Richards (drums), Gavin Burrough (guitar).

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WHAT’S THE STORY?: Since their initial breakthrough into the public eye during 2003, Funeral For A Friend have garnered a devoted following that has supported them through line-up alterations, record label changes and even a concept album.

Now, with the upcoming release of ‘Sixteen’ and its corresponding album ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’, FFAF are poised to deliver a gift of true appreciation to their fans, as both releases are utterly masterful pieces of work.

‘Sixteen’ boasts all the required facets for a successful rock single, with Matt Davies’ sentimental lyrics exquisitely fitting in with infectious riffs and a chorus that is designed to be shouted from the rooftops.

SOUNDS LIKE: Edgy pop-rock that is a slight departure from the band’s trademark post-hardcore. Fans of the group will perceive it to resemble an upbeat version of ‘Storytelling’, while newcomers could compare it to Lostprophets’ best moments.

YOU’LL LIKE THIS IF: Scintillating melodies and a chorus with more bounce than Jonny Vegas’ stomach is what you search for in music.

LINK: http://www.funeralforafriend.com/


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