Originally the acoustic side project of Further Seems Forever frontman, Chris Carrabba, the band soon blossomed into a commercial success and helped drive "emo" into the public lexicon. Since 2003's A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar, Carrabba has recorded with a full band consisting of John Lefler (guitar), Scott Shoenbeck (bass) and Mike Marsh (drums)
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Dashboard Confessional/Beach Slang (US)
Garrett Klahn & The Surrounding Areas (US)
New Found Glory: "Ready and Willing II"
Third Eye Blind / Dashboard Confessional
Twin Forks: "Can't be Broken"
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Twin Falls: "Scraping Up the Pieces"
Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional, Further Seems Forever) forms new band