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Frontrunners in South Wales’ turn-of-the-century emo boom, Funeral For A Friend were pioneers of that dual-vocal style where one guy sings tearfully about heartbreak while another growls like he’s trying…

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While the sensible among us have consigned FFAF to the dustbin of adolescence, the screamo sods still command a fervent fanbase. ‘Waterfront Dance Club’ will do nothing to damage that.…

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Funeral For A Friend, like most practitioners of modern misery-pop, spend most of their time wobbling on a tightrope over treacherous waters in which snapping crocodiles of absurd bombast and…

And lo, the album where Funeral For A Friend realise their dream of making a Bon Jovi record. Kinda. Sure, it’s a more positive work than ‘Hours’, but while frontman…

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This is getting silly. After Queen Day, PopBiffy and Fall Out R&Boy its FFAF’s turn to forsake screamo in favour of classic-rock bluster. Tonight they’re Def Leppard, and this is…

Shiver me timbers – Welsh screamo types invade Cornwall The lonely squawk of a seagull, the seaside stench of pasties, a lax observance of the legal drinking age, miserable tobacco-stained…