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Farewell, My Love have just posted a teaser. It is awesome and just from the short video, it will have you excited for December 9th! Check it out here:

The snippet features a stripped down acoustic track with emotionally driven heartfelt lyrics and passionate vocals. We really look forward to the new music from Farewell, My Love which features Chad Kowal on vocals, Robby Creasey on guitar and Charlee Conley on bass.

Make sure to visit their social media sites to stay up to date on their latest news. Mark your calendars for December 9th!

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Charlee Conley of Farewell, My Love Interview

Glam rock isn’t dead, folks! Theatrical rock is slowly returning, and heading up the crowd is a group that if you don’t know them yet, you definitely need to! Farewell, My Love is a band I can only describe as Tim Burton’s version of a hair metal band. Stage costumes, a few well placed lights and fog machines isn’t all this band has to offer though! They bring a beautiful glam rock style back to a genre that was desperately in need of a new sound. Farewell, My Love has obvious influences from bands like My Chemical Romance, but they’ve made it all their own. These guys bring their passion to the stage; a passion shared equally throughout the band. Bassist Charlee Conley recently spoke with Drift N Die Press about the future of the band, the memories they’ve gained, and gave us insight towards his own personal influences.

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From L to R: Charlee Conley, Chad Kowal and Robby Creasey

 

DND: What’s the general concept & mission of Farewell, My Love?

Charlee: From day one, we’ve always labeled ourselves as “Theatrical Rock.” We’d like to become characters and be larger than life. We show this in the songs we write and our stage performance. Our mission has been to change lives, create a positive outlook for others and change the music lifestyle to something that we can be all proud of. Writing songs that mix real life situations with fictional story lines to give fans a great message to live by.

DND: How’d you all meet & how’d you guys get started as a band?

Charlee: I personally have been in a few bands. The last show I played with my previous band was with F,ML. It was a showcase at the Viper Room in Hollywood. Though I never really talked to anyone from the band that night, I did watch them play. A few months later when they were looking for a new bassist, I was someone they had remembered. I taught myself the songs in 2 weeks and drove out to Arizona to try out for them.

DND: Can you give some insight towards the new album you’ve been teasing?

Charlee: I’m really excited for this upcoming album. The writing, the process, the ideas, have all been great so far. We have a lot of things we are working on currently so to mention anything would be jumping the gun.

DND: Of all the songs you’ve written in your history as a musician, which meant the most to you & why?

Charlee: I’ve been lucky enough to be able to express myself through writing songs and lyrics. It’s helped me so much to get through a lot of dark times. Two songs that mean the most to me is “Skip The Memories” and “Meet Me In Seattle.” Both were written about my best friend Chris, who passed away over 5 years ago. Best friends for 17 years and not a day goes by that I don’t think about him. It hurts, so I am grateful I got to write about it and hopefully help others who have went through the same experience.

DND: Outside of your own songs, what’s one song that will always touch your heart?

Charlee: That’s such a hard question to answer. I’ve had so many songs impact my life. I love the feeling I get when you hear that perfect song, when you’re in the right mood that just opens your heart up. It really is an amazing feeling to share a connection with a song and it’s lyrics; the power that it can have on you. My favorite song in the whole world is “Disconnected” by Face To Face. Never have I felt so alive as when the first time I heard that song.

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DND: What 3 albums would you want to be buried with?

Charlee: “Exile in Oblivion” by Strung Out, “Shoot the moon” by Face To face, “Everything Sucks” by Descendents.

DND: I know you’ve had tons of humbling experiences w/ fans. Can you share any that stuck out?

Charlee: It’s amazing the amount of experiences I’ve had with so many fans. Sometimes I find it so hard to believe that I’ve helped someone with the problems they’ve had in life. Talking to a man I met once that had been born deaf was one that sticks out. It made me realize how lucky I am to be able to play and listen to music. He had surgery that allowed him to hear up to 60% of what a normal person would hear. His favorite thing to do now is attend concerts.

DND: So far, what has been your favorite memory made with your band?

Charlee: My favorite memory is when we played House of Blues Chicago. The whole day was surreal and playing at such an amazing venue in front of so many kids was a dream come true for me.

DND: What’s the best tour prank you’ve either pulled or been victim to?

Charlee: The funniest tour prank I’ve ever seen was at the end of the Alesana tour. They taped and shrank wrapped our entire van and had put ripped out porn magazine pictures all over it.

DND: What’s your general reaction towards fan fiction?

Charlee: I’m pretty sure I feel more awkward than them. Sometimes it’s hard to process.

DND: You all have individual influences, but as a whole, who is your biggest inspiration as a band?

Charlee: This band has no boundaries on our music. We are inspired by everything and want to always showcase it in our music.

Photo Credit: Bryce Hall

Photo Credit: Bryce Hall

DND: On an individual basis, what bands inspire you?

Charlee: I’m a punk kid at heart. Strung Out and Face To Face will always be my biggest inspirations. From the music to the lyrics, it truly has changed my life.

DND: What’s it like to know you inspire others?

Charlee: It’s a great feeling. I have the opportunity to help so many, to encourage others to do great things. I have the best job in the world.

DND: Finally, what’s down the road for the band, and where would you like to be in your career by this time next year?

Charlee: I really want to build this band into something more. I’d like to branch out to organizations and charities to help the community, to continue the path we are destined to be on. This time next year I hope to be on tour and hopefully preparing to start touring overseas.

 

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Bassist Charlee Conley

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Guitarist Robby Creasey
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Vocalist Chad Kowal
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Article by Drift N Die Press
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Interview conducted by Meryl DeWitt
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Edited by Jacky Cabe
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Revised by Jackie Cameron
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Matty Trash & the Horrorbles is an up and coming shock rock band from Perth, Australia. Incorporate music and makeup to bring back the flash and theatrics of acts like Rob Zombie, Slipknot, and Ozzy Osborne. Recently, Drift N Die Press interviewed frontman Matty Trash, where we discussed the past, present, and future of the MTATH.

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DND: What’s the general concept & mission of your group?

Matty: Our mission from day one has always been to bring something new and exciting to the music scene and dare to be different at all costs. The concepts of the band may change, but our mission always remains.

DND: How’d you all meet & become a band?

Matty: We have all known each other one way or another for a few years before forming the band. I guess it all just came together from a few small conversations, a couple of ideas that were agreed on and we all wanted in.

DND: How’d you decide you wanted to be a theatrical act?

Matty: The main reason for the theatrics was because we would go to local shows, and each band would be 4-5 guys up there playing just looking like everyone else so we felt the need to do something very different for the fans that would go to shows. We wanted for people that hadn’t heard or seen us before to blown away by an explosive live show and intense visual element, even if they weren’t a fan of our music.

DND: A lot of war paint bands, such as Mötley Crüe or Black Veil Brides, end up taking off the makeup by the third album. Do you guys think you’ll ever become sick of it and do the same? 

Matty: I don’t think the makeup will ever come off, the image and style of our paint may change with what themes we are going for on each album but the visual will always play a huge part of what message we are trying to get across.

DND: Have you ever gotten yourself into a rough situation because of the way you look?

Matty: There has been times when people in the crowd have jumped up onstage and taken offence to our look and style for sure. That just comes with the territory of pushing the boundaries of what people perceive to be normal or not.

DND: Kids tend to follow bands closely, to the point they adapt the image of the band. What would you say to any young fans getting bullied or discriminated against due to the way they dress?

Matty: Bullying is unfortunately one of those parts of life that is never going to be avoided. 1000’s of teens are thrown into schools around the world, growing up, not knowing who they are, trying to find themselves, scared of being outcasts and wanting to be accepted. Unfortunately for the few that DO find themselves earlier than the rest, and find they are goths, punks or even gay. They will always be the targets for the majority that are still scared and trying to find who they are. The strength that it takes for these kids to walk out of their homes knowing they are different to the norm is incredible. And as hard as it is at the time, just remember kids…. at school the majority of kids try so desperately to fit in and be cool, yet in the adult world everyone is so desperate to be different. You’re just one step ahead of the game.

 

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DND: Over the summer you released a new EP. Tell me a little about the story behind it?

Matty: Our first EP (2011’s “Part 1: The Infection”) we used a lot of silly horror themes to tell our stories, from then to the time we started writing “Part 2: The Decay” we realized the amount of horror that is in the real world. Turn on any news channel and the things that are happening right around the world today is disgusting. We used this as the basis for the themes for “Part 2: The Decay.” Drug Addiction, religious wars, aggression, violence, murder… these things are dominating our world right now, these are the horrors happening everywhere we look, so we felt the need to drop the tongue-in cheek horror lyrics from our first EP, and really touch on the topics of the horrible things that mankind is doing to itself as we speak.

DND: Of all the songs you’ve written as a musician, which meant the most to you & why?

Matty: On my last day of high school, one of my closest friends passed away. We were only 17, and we were just about to go out into the big wide world but his journey was cut short. I wrote an acoustic song called “Precious Gift” the following day, and was in the studio the next day to record it. It was never made to be released, but I had to write it as I had no other way to express myself. As soon as I had recorded I went and gave it to his parents as my way of saying sorry. It’s just for my personal collection and one song and experience that will forever be close to me.

DND: Any humbling fan experiences? 

Matty: Anything that comes from a fan is humbling, from the smallest comment of “hey that song’s cool” to people making fan art. Just knowing that people are digging our music is the most humbling feeling that we can feel.

DND: Any crazy or strange fan experiences? 

HAHA thankfully not, if anyone out there is doing something crazy, we don’t know about it.

DND: What’s the most memorable experience you’ve had w/ your band?

Matty: The Launch of our first EP “Part 1: The Infection” was an awesome experience. Huge huge crowd, had our video for the song “Afraid Of the Dark” playing up on a huge screen as we started our set, had blood covered dancing girls all over the stage. Think at one stage we had 12 people squashed onto the stage for the last song of our set, blood was absolutely everywhere and hearing the crowd roar at the end was pretty intense.

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 DND: You all have personal influences, but as a whole, who is your biggest inspiration as a band?

Matty: We all have VERY different tastes in music, which is probably why our music comes out so different to everything else that’s going around at the moment, but I guess we can all agree on people like Marilyn Manson and Rob Zombie who have carried the torch for this style of music so consistently for such a long time.

DND: On an individual basis, who inspires you?

It’s so hard to nail down one inspiration. I listen to A LOT of music across a lot of different genres. As a kid it was bands like Guns N Roses and Nirvana that really made me want to become a musician. The power and passion I felt from their music was just intense. Now days I’m inspired by any bands that come out and do something very different with each album they release and really try to push the boundaries of creativity instead of just releasing the same sounding album time after time. Music is always evolving, and bands that are constantly evolving their sound as well is what inspires and interests me.

DND: What’s it like to know you inspire others?

Matty: Pretty crazy to be honest. We are just a few guys writing music and expressing ourselves, the fact that there are people out there that draws inspiration from what we do is an amazing feeling.

DND: Obviously music is a language everyone speaks, and you guys have shown that in the way you’ve reached out across the globe so much. Any advice for aspiring musicians on going global?

Matty: Today’s world is so connected. If you use it right, social media can be your best friend to gaining new fans across the globe. Don’t limit yourself to getting your music played on your local radio station. Send your music out to every damn radio station across the planet. Get it out to anyone and everyone. With the Internet there is no excuses for not making a name for yourself outside of you home town. And TOUR TOUR TOUR!!!

DND: Finally, what’s down the road for the band, and where would you like to be in your career by this time next year?

Matty: Well right now we have begun writing and demoing out songs for a full length album “Part 3.” So the aim is to get that recorded and released, and hopefully get over to America for our first US tour.

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Twitter.com/MattyTrash
Facebook.com/MattyTrashAndTheHorrorbles
Instagram.com/MTATHOfficial
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Article by Drift N Die Press
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Interview conducted by Meryl DeWitt
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Edited by Jacky Cabe
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Revised by Jackie Cameron
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Farewell, My Love

Farewell, My Love has just announced the departure of vocalist Ryan Howell and guitarist, Logan Thayer. The news was released on their Facebook page and also mentions they will be heading in to the studio this winter to record new music. Here is the following post:

Farewell Family,

We are saddened to announce that our brothers, Logan Thayer and Ryan Howell, will no longer be a part of Farewell, My Love. They will be moving on to pursue tremendous opportunities of their own. Please join us in wishingLogan and Ryan the best of luck in their new endeavors. We are all truly blessed to have had them in our lives. This in turn gives F,ML the chance to pursue new and exciting opportunities of our own. With this being said, Chad Kowal is stepping up as the lead vocalist. We will be going into the studio this Winter to prepare for a new album to be released in Spring of 2015. We are very eager to show you all what we have in store

Regards,
Farewell, My Love

 

We wish everyone luck in their future endeavors. Ryan Howell has posted several songs from The Monroes, wondering if The Monroes will be resurrected! Check out the great songs at https://soundcloud.com/ryanhowell-the-monroes.  We caught Farewell, My Love on their first week of their Rock and Rebel Tour this past summer. We had a chance to talk with them before their set and are pleased to bring you that interview here. We missed Charlee, but were glad to have caught him at the end. Check it out here:

Check out photos from their set in Santa Rosa by our Rockin Ryan:

 

~ Marisol

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Farewell, My Love is in the first week of their Rock and Rebel Tour and they have been lighting up the venues with their energetic sets. Just a couple months ago, we had told you about the awesome show that Farewell, My Love delivered on their stop into San Francisco for the We Own The Night Tour. This past Thursday, we were treated to the return of Farewell, My Love as they brought The Rock and Rebel Tour into Santa Rosa at the Live Musician’s Co-op.   We had a chance to talk with them before their set and are pleased to bring you that interview here. We missed Charlee, but were glad to have caught him at the end. Check it out here:

 

Here is a repost of our review of their Santa Rosa show in case you missed it: 

The energy of the crowd was pretty good for a Thursday night and the band kicked into high hear as they took the stage. Farewell, My Love always give a 150% when they hit the stage. It was great to see many of the familiar faces in the crowd. One thing is for sure, they have very dedicated fans and when they are playing, they always make sure to make it out to the shows, no matter how far away it is! So we saw some fans from San Francisco, a couple who were at the Bakersfield and some who were going on to Sacramento!

Chad Kowal on drums blasts away on his double bass and delivers a fierce dose of drumming all while engaging the crowd with his dark mystique. Adding to the rhythm perfection is Charlee Conley laying down dynamic basslines through his passionate playing and robust energy. You are treated to two amazing guitarists, Robby Creasey and Logan Thayer on each side of the stage. Your eyes darting from one to the other as they deliver their precision guitar work amidst their charismatic and theatric stage presence. Ryan Howell is powerful and intense on his vocals and brings to life each song as he performs them. Each one of these five talented musicians have magnetic personalities and spellbinding stage presences that takes the audience member to a heightened sense of bliss.

The music of Farewell, My Love is definitely emotionally driven and truly connects to the listener. It comes as no surprise, to have heard from fans who explain how listening to their music has helped them or inspired them, or simply provide a sense of relief and retreat from whatever struggles or problems they were facing.

The Rock and Rebel Tour continues on until August and includes many dates across the US. I hope you make every effort to get yourself to a show. These guys deliver an energetic kick ass set every time.  Check out the photos by Rockin Ryan of their set in Santa Rosa:

 

We will be catching up with the guys when they come back to California in August at the Chain Reaction and we look forward to more tours. We will bring you more photos and promise to get a tour update from them. If you don’t already have Gold Tattoos… What have you been waiting for? Head over to Itunes here and pick up your copy of “Gold Tattoos“, from start to finish you will be rockin out! Also visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news or just pop in and say “Hi”.

~ Marisol

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Just a couple months ago, we had told you about the awesome show that Farewell, My Love delivered on their stop into San Francisco for the We Own The Night Tour. This past Thursday, we were treated to the return of Farewell, My Love as they brought The Rock and Rebel Tour into Santa Rosa.  The tour just started on June 10th in Bakersfield at Jerry’s Pizza and features Farewell, My Love, Jamies Elsewhere, Incredible’ Me and Lionfight.  On their stop at the Live Musician’s Co-op here in Santa Rosa, it also featured three of our favorite local bands, Awoken Shadows, A Hero To Fall and Chapters.

The energy of the crowd was pretty good for a Thursday night and the band kicked into high hear as they took the stage. Farewell, My Love always give a 150% when they hit the stage. It was great to see many of the familiar faces in the crowd. One thing is for sure, they have very dedicated fans and when they are playing, they always make sure to make it out to the shows, no matter how far away it is! So we saw some fans from San Francisco, a couple who were at the Bakersfield and some who were going on to Sacramento!

Chad Kowal on drums blasts away on his double bass and delivers a fierce dose of drumming all while engaging the crowd with his dark mystique. Adding to the rhythm perfection is Charlee Conley laying down dynamic basslines through his passionate playing and robust energy. You are treated to two amazing guitarists, Robby Creasey and Logan Thayer on each side of the stage. Your eyes darting from one to the other as they deliver their precision guitar work amidst their charismatic and theatric stage presence. Ryan Howell is powerful and intense on his vocals and brings to life each song as he performs them. Each one of these five talented musicians have magnetic personalities and spellbinding stage presences that takes the audience member to a heightened sense of bliss.

The music of Farewell, My Love is definitely emotionally driven and truly connects to the listener. It comes as no surprise, to have heard from fans who explain how listening to their music has helped them or inspired them, or simply provide a sense of relief and retreat from whatever struggles or problems they were facing.

The Rock and Rebel Tour continues on until August and includes many dates across the US. I hope you make every effort to get yourself to a show. These guys deliver an energetic kick ass set every time.  We had the opportunity to interview them before their set and we will be bringing that interview to you soon. For now, check out the photos from our Rockin Ryan of their set in Santa Rosa:

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We will be catching up with the guys when they come back to California in August at the Chain Reaction. We will bring you more photos and promise to get a tour update from them. For now, check out a tribute video made by Rockin Ryan which includes footage from their SF set as well as the remaining tour dates for The Rock and Rebel Tour.

 

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Make sure to head over to Itunes here and pick up your copy of “Gold Tattoos“. Also visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. Also stay tuned this week for our interview with the band.

~ Marisol

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Last week we covered the amazing Born To Ride 2 Tour at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco with (hed) P.E. and SOiL and it was quite a night. Opening up for them was the great new theatrical Metal/Rock band Sunflower Dead. Wow, what a show these guys put on. Sunflower Dead are based out of Long Beach and this was the first time I heard of them. I was glad we made it to the show early enough to catch them because their set was one not to be missed!

Sunflower Dead is:

  • Michael – vocals, piano, accordion
  • Jaboo – lead guitar
  • Jamie Teissiere – guitar
  • Leighton “Lats” Kearns – bass
  • Jimmy Schultz – drums

What I really like about them is their stage presence and they bring the theatrical side to their music as each member is a unique character with face paint and stage outfits. They then come to life with their music as it takes you to a dark aggressive journey with fierce metal and hard rock that will have you in awe. In addition to their own songs, they played a dark cover of Police’s Every Breath You Take which was really a highlight for me. I may have to add that to my next Top 25 Covers because they did a great job. Check it out here:

 

You can also check out the awesome photos by our Rockin Ryan from their set here or you can see them on his Facebook album :

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We can’t wait until Sunflower Dead return to San Francisco. Meanwhile, they have just announced that they have been added to the Powerman5000 and (hed) P.E. tour set for Summer. The tour is set to start in August and dates are still being added so make sure to visit their social media sites to stay up to date.

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So hope you catch Sunflower Dead when they come through your town. Make sure to head over to their Merch Page and pick up their CD as well as come cool shirts!

~ Marisol

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Just last month, we brought you our coverage of Farewell, My Love as they stopped into San Francisco for the We Own The Night Tour. They put on a kick ass full energy show at the “Above” DNA Lounge. You can check out our photos, videos  and full coverage here.

To get you ready for the show, check out a tribute video made by Rockin Ryan which includes footage from their San Francisco set:

 

Make sure to check out the tour dates for their upcoming tour, Rock and Rebel Tour with Jamies Elsewhere, Incredible’ me and lionfight and see if they are coming to a venue near you.

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You can check out our slide show of photographs by Rockin Ryan from their set here:

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We will definitely be there and encourage you to pick up your tickets early and not miss the show! We will see if we can bring you an interview and a feature on them when they come to Santa Rosa on June 12th! Great thing is, that the venue is about a couple miles from us and we will see if we can get Farewell, My Love to stop in at Music Junkie Press.  You definitely don’t want to miss them when they come to a venue in your town. Full energy, spectacular stage presence and killer music is always a guarantee!

Make sure to head over to Itunes here and pick up your copy of “Gold Tattoos“. Also visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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Farewell My Love are just a couple days away from wrapping up their We Own The Night Tour and we caught them as they made there stop in San Francisco.  We have been wanting to see them live for a while now, but the timing and location never did line up until this week. They came to perform at the “Above DNA” stage at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco.  One thing is for sure, they definitely did live up to our expectations, they put on an awesome set!  The stage setup at the Above DNA is very small and space is limited, but that did not stop these five from delivering a 100% energy filled performance.

Farewell, My Love  have the complete package, the kick ass rocker look, charismatic personalities and are damn fine musicians that deliver KILLER ROCK n ROLL! There is no lack of adrenaline flowing through these guys and they bring life and energy to their stage performance.  They put the attention to detail and make sure to give the audience a full rock and roll show which is something lacking from a lot of bands these days. They have an amazingly dedicated fan base that sing along to the songs and know every word! You can’t help but have a good time at a Farewell, My Love concert.

You can check out our slide show of photographs by Rockin Ryan from their set here:

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Farewell My Love have just  announced another new tour, The Rock and Rebel Tour. The tour is set for summer and also on the bill is Jamies Elsewhere, Incredible Me and lionfight. Check out the tour dates here:

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We will definitely be there and encourage you to pick up your tickets early and not miss the show! We will see if we can bring you an interview and a feature on them when they come to Santa Rosa on June 12th! Great thing is, that the venue is about a couple miles from us and we will see if we can get Farewell, My Love to stop in at Music Junkie Press.  You definitely don’t want to miss them when they come to a venue in your town. Full energy, spectacular stage presence and killer music is always a guarantee!

In case you missed it, check out our quick interview we did with three of the members, Ryan Howell, Röbby Creasey and Logan Thayer as we met up at the NAMM 2014 Convention in January. This is one band that not only kick ass rockin but are some of the most nicest people in the industry today. You can check out the full video here:

 

Make sure to head over to Itunes here and pick up your copy of “Gold Tattoos“. Also visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news. I will leave you with some videos from their performance at the DNA Lounge!

~ Marisol

 

 

 

 

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Farewell My Love have just announced their new tour, The Rock and Rebel Tour. The tour will be with Jamies Elsewhere, Incredible Me and lionfight and is set to start in June and goes on through August. Check out the tour dates here:

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We just caught their bad ass show at the DNA Lounge last night as they stopped into San Francisco for their “We Own The Night Tour” along with Consider Me Dead and The Venetia Fair. What an unbelievable set and we will be bringing you all of our photos and features later today on that. You definitely don’t want to miss them when they come to a venue in your town. Full energy, spectacular stage presence and killer music is always a guarantee!

In case you missed it, check out our quick interview we did with three of the members, Ryan Howell, Röbby Creasey and Logan Thayer as we met up at the NAMM 2014 Convention in January. This is one band that not only kick ass rockin but are some of the most nicest people in the industry today. You can check out the full video here:

 

Farewell, My Love released their debut album, “Gold Tattoos” and is a MUST HAVE album. Two of my personal favorites on the album are Mirror, Mirror and Afraid of the Dark. Check out their music video for Mirror, Mirror here:

 

Make sure to head over to Itunes here and pick up your copy of “Gold Tattoos”. Also visit their social media sites and stay up to date on their latest news.

~ Marisol

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