Further Seems Forever’s original lineup set to play Lake Worth on April 14
It’s hard to believe that one of emo’s most influential bands was born less than 250 miles away in Pompano Beach, but what’s even more unbelievable is that that same band – Further Seems Forever – would somehow manage to regroup all of its original members for a comeback tour.
They sent out a cryptic message regarding a “reunion activity” back in August, but now a handful of official tour dates have been announced. While there is a notable lack of homestate dates, Chris Carrabba & co. have scheduled a warm up show at Propaganda in Lake Worth on April 14. Tickets are only $12 and a limited amount of them have been made available online, but you may already be out of luck as Broward/Palm Beach New Times says that the venue can only accommodate 125 bodies.
The good news is that the band has plenty of gaps in the itinerary to possibly pencil in more dates. They head to Belgium to play the Groez Rock Festival on April 22 and will play shows in Philadelphia, Boston, and East Rutherford when they return stateside on April 28. Carrabba hasn’t really hinted at any dates being added, but the 35-year-old Dashboard Confessional frontman sounds spot on in a short clip of him and band practicing “The Moon Is Down” from their 2001 album of the same name.
You can check out that video below and peep the tour dates underneath that. Tickets can be had here.
Further Seems Forever 2011 Tour Dates:
04/14 – Lake Worth, FL @ Propaganda
04/22 – Meerhout, BE @ Groez Rock
04/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of the Living Arts
04/29 – Boston, MA @ Paradise
05/01 – East Rutherford, NJ @ Bamboozle