FFF are phenomenally chaotic, catastrophically melodic, and all in all, damn good. They are experts at turning their constant struggle in the world into melody, while being always broke, but never broken. Their songs are pamphlets of longing, of not giving up or if you do, then croaking with your hand on your heart. The band, revolving around steve neary, sweeten there uniquely catchy choruses with spit out gang vocals, dirty guitar solos and a ton of good ol' unwholesome comfort that causes the songs to eat their way into every punk lovers' eardrums.
Live, the Boston boys are among the most likeable and energetic punk bands of the genre: always turned up to the max, always giving it their all! The five some have proven on countless tours and shows that they are rooted in their unique sound and over and over again, they distinguish themselves from the mass of the many, anonymous punkbands by their straight, dirty sound: not only in small, smoky basement clubs but also in airy halls as support for bands such as dropkick murphys, No Use For A Name, and Millencolin.
In the studio, too, FFF combine the driving beat of the bass with distorted guitars and raspy vocals. They tell the story of an uncensored life without rules or mercy, of lost evenings and last minutes on their new 7 inch "Lets Be Frank", which was recorded and produced by the famed Jim Siegel who is most known for his work with Dropkick Murphys, Have Heart, and The Unseen.
With these new songs in their baggage, the band tours Europe in 2013, and no matter how many walls they seem to drive into at full speed, FFF always manage to rise above the broken dreams and missed targets. In the end, this is what punk is all about: not letting the bastards drag you down.
Castaways. New York. Boston. Op Ivy. Minor Threat. Jim Siegel. Crushed by heroes. Lifted by strangers. Journey to the end.
Heimatstadt: Boston, MA