Funeral For A Friend reveal new track and album

F4AF Band Shot

Funeral For A Friend have revealed details of their new album, Chapter And Verse, and have shared a new song, “You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions.”

The follow up to 2013 album Conduit, the band’s seventh LP is slated for release on the 19th of January via Distiller Records. In a statement accompanying the announcement, the album is described as “unapologetically political” and “a far cry from the band’s early material.”

Vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye says the track offers a stark warning: “Never trust something you can’t see with your own eyes.”

Funeral For A Friend will play a select number of dates between now and December, before returning for a UK headline tour in January.

You can listen to “You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions” below:

Funeral For A Friend will play:

2014 Live Dates
Oct 03rd: Barrow In Furness Nines
Oct 04th: Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire
Oct 05th: Make A Scene Festival, Middlesborough
Nov 28th: Cheltenham 2 Pigs
Nov 29th: Rugby Vault
Nov 30th: Wrexham Comic Con After-party
Dec 18th: Cardiff University
Dec 19th: Frome Cheese & Grain

2015 UK Headline Tour
Jan 15th: Bristol Fleece
Jan 16th: Birmingham Institute
Jan 17th: Manchester Gorilla
Jan 18th: Glasgow King Tuts
Jan 19th: Newcastle Riverside
Jan 20th: Leeds University
Jan 21st: London Electric Ballroom
Jan 22nd: Southampton 1865

The full tracklist for Chapter And Verse is:

01. “Stand By Me For The Millionth Time”F4AF Album Cover-001
02. “You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions”
03. “Pencil Pusher”
04. “You Should Be Ashamed Of Yourself”
05. “1%”
06. “After All These Years…Like A Lightbulb Going Off In My Head”
07. “Modern Excuse Of A Man”
08. “Inequality”
09. “Brother”
10. “Donny”
11. “The Jade Tree Years Were My Best”

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