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About Farewell Flight

The part where the band sells themselves. Left knee slightly bent, turned forty-five degrees into the proper light, like an item behind a storefront window in Amsterdam. Please restrain yourself in a courteous manner and if at all possible no smudge marks or fingerprints on the showcase glass.
Reveling in all things alliterate (and sometimes just literate), Farewell Flight exists as a four-piece rock band poised for a targeted raid of the current music scene, as countless bands jump on wagons and off bridges in blatant attempts to milk the blueprints of the present trend.
That is not to say the band ignores the listeners desires. But theyd prefer to make a more personal and lasting connection than leave the listener with a cheap thrill on a silver disc that finds its way onto Goodwill shelves within six months.
Likewise, an element of faith and spirituality embraces the core of their mission, without trapping their sound or ideology into any categorized genre. Because for them, substance in life is found apart from themselves- and extends far beyond the allure of fame and the glamour of rock.
In accomplishing all these goals, the band meshes an atmospheric and textured guitar sound over stark piano melodies and succinct drumbeats, delivering a package resembling an experimental twist on Coldplay and Jimmy Eat World, with a splash of sentiment reminiscent of Death Cab For Cutie.
After drifting along on their respective life paths, the current band assembled in September 2005 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a hotbed for cover bands and thirtysomething rockers stuck in a perpetual 90's time warp.
Not the ideal place to cultivate a fresh sound, but a place nonetheless, and still somewhat more favorable than a commune in the Nevada desert.
Throughout it all, the band has developed a strong fan base in the central PA area, stemming from their invigorating live show (sharing the stage with bands like Emery, Daphne Loves Derby, Junior Varsity, The Honorary Title, Plain White Ts, The Myriad, and The Beautiful Mistake) and the release of three EPs, all recorded in lead singer/guitarist Luke Foleys apartment.
Debut served as a starting point for the band, containing the fan-favorite "Bright Eyes." In June 2005, the band released Signals, a tight run of songs that showed the bands maturation from their first EP, as well as a penchant for heartfelt honesty coupled with smart hooks that listeners will find humming while eating their breakfast bowl of Apple Jacks.
In early 2006, a new five-song EP, Northern, was released, drawing on the strengths of their former material, while veering towards a more personalized sound, soaked in verses and choruses of both explosive and subdued emotion. Forget the breakfast bowl of Apple Jacks- you'll be singing these songs while setting your alarm for the next morning.
This summer, the band will log thousands of miles on their van as they embark on their fourth and fifth national tours into the east coast and midwest states, while continuing to play regionally.
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Genres:
Neon Grunge, Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Brian "Rabbit" Campbell, Caleb Allensworth, Luke Foley, Chase Gregory
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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About Farewell Flight

The part where the band sells themselves. Left knee slightly bent, turned forty-five degrees into the proper light, like an item behind a storefront window in Amsterdam. Please restrain yourself in a courteous manner and if at all possible no smudge marks or fingerprints on the showcase glass.
Reveling in all things alliterate (and sometimes just literate), Farewell Flight exists as a four-piece rock band poised for a targeted raid of the current music scene, as countless bands jump on wagons and off bridges in blatant attempts to milk the blueprints of the present trend.
That is not to say the band ignores the listeners desires. But theyd prefer to make a more personal and lasting connection than leave the listener with a cheap thrill on a silver disc that finds its way onto Goodwill shelves within six months.
Likewise, an element of faith and spirituality embraces the core of their mission, without trapping their sound or ideology into any categorized genre. Because for them, substance in life is found apart from themselves- and extends far beyond the allure of fame and the glamour of rock.
In accomplishing all these goals, the band meshes an atmospheric and textured guitar sound over stark piano melodies and succinct drumbeats, delivering a package resembling an experimental twist on Coldplay and Jimmy Eat World, with a splash of sentiment reminiscent of Death Cab For Cutie.
After drifting along on their respective life paths, the current band assembled in September 2005 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, a hotbed for cover bands and thirtysomething rockers stuck in a perpetual 90's time warp.
Not the ideal place to cultivate a fresh sound, but a place nonetheless, and still somewhat more favorable than a commune in the Nevada desert.
Throughout it all, the band has developed a strong fan base in the central PA area, stemming from their invigorating live show (sharing the stage with bands like Emery, Daphne Loves Derby, Junior Varsity, The Honorary Title, Plain White Ts, The Myriad, and The Beautiful Mistake) and the release of three EPs, all recorded in lead singer/guitarist Luke Foleys apartment.
Debut served as a starting point for the band, containing the fan-favorite "Bright Eyes." In June 2005, the band released Signals, a tight run of songs that showed the bands maturation from their first EP, as well as a penchant for heartfelt honesty coupled with smart hooks that listeners will find humming while eating their breakfast bowl of Apple Jacks.
In early 2006, a new five-song EP, Northern, was released, drawing on the strengths of their former material, while veering towards a more personalized sound, soaked in verses and choruses of both explosive and subdued emotion. Forget the breakfast bowl of Apple Jacks- you'll be singing these songs while setting your alarm for the next morning.
This summer, the band will log thousands of miles on their van as they embark on their fourth and fifth national tours into the east coast and midwest states, while continuing to play regionally.
Show More
Genres:
Neon Grunge, Alternative, Indie
Band Members:
Brian "Rabbit" Campbell, Caleb Allensworth, Luke Foley, Chase Gregory
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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