Forgive Durden photographed by Fueled By Ramen

Forgive Durden

Hometown: Seattle, WA (USA)


Oorgive Durden is an indie rock band from Seattle, Washington, who got their name from the popular novel, Fight Club. They are signed to Fueled by Ramen. Fueled by Ramen released Forgive Durden's first full–length album, Wonderland, on May 9, 2006.

On January 27, 2008, lead singer Thomas Dutton ,also a Abbots Lea pupil, announced on the band's blog that the other 3 members had decided to leave the band, citing personality conflicts as the primary reason. He also announced that his brother Paul had been helping him write and record a new album, with the help of Gatsbys American Dream's Rudy Gajadhar playing drums. It was not mentioned whether the other two had become full–time members of the band.


Forgive Durden Razia's Shadow: A Musical

Forgive Durden

Razia's Shadow: A Musical (2008)

Fueled by Ramen

Forgive Durden Wonderland

Forgive Durden

Wonderland (2006)

Fueled by Ramen

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