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Wales, United Kingdom (2001 – present)

Funeral for a Friend is a band from Wales. They formed in 2001 as a sextet called January Thirst. This did not last long, and in 2002 Funeral for a Friend recorded their debut EP Between Order and Model with their original 6-piece line up. After having been together for just a few months, the band changed their line up and subsequently signed a deal with Warner Brothers records for whom they recorded their second EP Four Ways To Scream Your Name.

The band’s debut full-length album Casually Dressed And Deep In Conversation was released in October 2003. Various singles were lifted off this, including Bullet Theory, Juneau (Juno on previous EPs), she drove me to daytime tv and Escape Artists Never Die. After a B-side to Escape Artists Never Die was released as a single, this was called You Want Romance? the video was sequal to Bullet Theory

A DVD named Spilling Blood In 8MM was released only a year after, documenting every music video, including the two from the EPs 10:45 Amsterdam Conversations and This Year’s Most Open Heartbreak, live footage, and the first album’s promotion tour, discography, chronology and an exclusive video for Juneau acoustic

In the United States, the EP Seven Ways to Scream Your Name was released instead. It featured three of the tracks from Four Ways To Scream Your Name, three from Between Order and Model and a further unreleased track. The debut was released later.

The second album Hours was released in 2005. Streetcar, Monsters, History and Roses For The Dead have been released as singles.


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  • BruceMcD2020

    Guess who had one of the most played songs on "Steven's Untitled Rock Show?" Check out the full playlist at!

    20 Dec 9:03pm Reply
  • industriaFAN

    как такой кал можно слушать вообще

    20 Dec 8:45pm Reply
  • AtmosphericPhil

    lol such a weird feel

    10 Dec 1:14am Reply
  • AtmosphericPhil

    fuck I used to listen to TDTT between 2010-2011! what a fucking great rediscovery!

    10 Dec 1:14am Reply
  • surferpip3

    i remember getting tickets see them when casually dressed and in deep conversation was out in portsmouth and the gig got canceled and we got a refund then tried to get tickets to see them when they next came down and it was sold out when i tried to get tickets, i think i have the worst luck when it comes to seeing this band :(

    26 Nov 4:13pm Reply
  • surferpip3

    i agree with u there mikenike925 but now i in to it i do like it a lot

    26 Nov 4:08pm Reply
  • Dream_EA

    давно слушаю и не надоедают абсолютно

    1 Nov 7:04pm Reply
  • mikenike925

    i love the old and new sound! new sound took some getting used to

    22 Oct 1:40am Reply
  • industriaFAN


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  • Ivar91

    When I first saw Hours in the shelves at Virgin megastore in London in the summer of 2005. Radical

    6 Oct 11:48am Reply
  • Mario_57

    v Now that's offensive. I may not like the direction they've taken with Conduit, but I'll never be entitled enough to say things like that. The band is having more fun than they ever had.

    5 Oct 9:46am Reply
  • skeletocat

    After this new song and the last album i feel they should finally call it quits.

    1 Oct 2:42am Reply
  • Pam-param-pam

    переслушал 2005 год-вообще годнота!

    21 Sep 6:58am Reply
  • LingPingBen

    Much talent, many impress. Wow.

    13 Sep 4:27am Reply
  • kelseymillz

    Obsessed with Finch's new song "Two Guns to the Temple" off their new album!! Def give a listen and pre-order the album :)

    8 Sep 5:33pm Reply
  • Jonjonjohny

    First three album's are indisputable is their brilliance.

    2 Sep 4:41pm Reply
  • ibirtan


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  • vitorsilighini

    They're so much talented

    31 Aug 10:27pm Reply
  • BrokenGuitars

    High Castles is one of the best tracks they've ever done, and Conduit is possibly their best album. Rare for a band to get more energetic, more enthusiastic after so many years.

    9 Aug 10:39am Reply
  • lxlmandudelxl

    One of the best bands in music [2] and my favorite in post-hardcore, ever

    30 Jul 11:58pm Reply
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