INTRODUCING… THE BUNNY THE BEAR. Fresh from their UK tour with Funeral For A Friend and Escape The Fate, Matt Tybor – aka ‘The Bunny’ – took a little time out to introduce us to their band. Admittedly, they appear a little quirkier than the usual fare, but we’d say it’s worth getting to know them.N
INTERVIEW - Ryan and Gavin of Funeral for a Friend. Prior to their Glasgow show a week or so ago, the duo took some time to talk about the band’s new EP, their future music plans and, of course, goat’s cheese burgers.
REVIEW: Funeral For A Friend and Escape The Fate - 24/10/11 - QMU, Glasgow. Have a read of our view of the evening’s events.
PHOTOS: Funeral For A Friend - 24/10/11. We stopped by Glasgow’s QMU for FFAF’s brilliant headline show. Check out our photo set from the evening.
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It was the summer of 2008 that Funeral for a Friend last played King Tuts. After a round trip of bigger venues and further releases, the Welsh quintet have returned to the tiny venue in support of their latest offering ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’.
With the support of both Tiger Please and Rise to Remain warming the crowd up, Funeral for a Friend casually sauntered on stage at around 9.45, waving cheerily to the crowd. Donning the likes of caps and cargo shorts, the band seemed relaxed and casual, if not a little summery too.
With their 5th studio album ‘Welcome Home Armageddon’ just released into the world, Welsh rockers Funeral for a Friend have taken promotion onto the road with a lengthy tour in more intimate venues across the UK. What to expect? High energy, high nostalgia in cases and a whole lot of laughing.
After an absolutely thriving live show in Glasgow the previous night, Kris and Matt took a little time to collectively discuss how life in Funeral for a Friend is right now.