Further Seems Forever Announces South Florida Reunion Date
As announced and promoted by TheHoneycomb.com, on Thursday, April 14, the band will grace the stage at Lake Worth's Propaganda for a warm-up gig for the ages. When Christine Borges spoke to Carrabba last year amidst his ten-year anniversary of Swiss Army Romance celebration, things were already definitely afoot:
Well, we're gonna do something. That's what we've decided. We don't know what we're gonna do because we haven't decided that yet. We know we're gonna do one show, but it's overseas. But that's not good enough. There's no way we're gonna be playing together and not play down here. This area's been too good for us and too important for us to go without spending time here. These are the people I grew up with and never stopped spending time with. It's just a natural progression after all these years of barbecues and what-have-you to finally pick up guitars. It feels great to me too because I'm not the only one from the original lineup that wasn't in it by the end. So the original lineup has a real freshness. Many of us haven't done it essentially since I left, which is, what, 11 years or 12 years or something? We've done one show in all that time. It feels right, but it also just kind of feels natural.South Florida will get to hear songs like "The Moon is Down" performed by the FSF original lineup prior to the folks attending Groez Rock in Belgium April 22 (the first reunion date announced). U.S. shows following that one include the Theatre of the Living Arts in Philadelphia on April 28, Boston's Paradise Rock Club on April 29, and the Bamboozle Festival in East Rutherford, New Jersey, on May 1.
Ticket information for the Propaganda date is forthcoming.
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