Last updated: 04/14/2006
Emo-core, metal-core, pop-core...the list goes on and on. For a scene blanketed in genres and subgenres, the only thing original in music today seems to be how to creatively hyphenate the trend of choice. Welcome Far-Less, a band intent on the innovative. “We strive for meaning in melody,” explains bassist Joseph Powers. “Catchy, not pop, heavy, not core.” With influences ranging from Huey Lewis to Shadows Fall and everyone in between, pinning Far-Less to one genre is attempting the impossible. But with their debut full-length album, “Everyone Is Out To Get Us,” hitting stores February 7th, audiences will have the chance to hear exactly how their influences and creativity come together to flawlessly form something strictly original, strictly Far-Less.