Episode 12 – The Moon is Down

After a few yelly music episodes, we go back to the clean vocals and explore Further Seems Forever’s first album The Moon is Down, which introduced the world to Chris Carrabba (at least on a large(r) scale).  Turns out Alex is not the biggest fan of this album, so this time it’s not just the two of us being a couple fan-girls.  We also make a strange connection between David Allen Grier and City and Colour.  Enjoy!

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note: I misread the article. Travis doesn’t fly, not Tom. – AM

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