As expected, all-time favourite songs from the Casually Dressed and Deep in Conversations album made the list with a sprinkle of songs from Hours, Memory and Humanity and Tales Don’t Tell Themselves albums. Just a few on the Conduit album and other newer ones. They even jam with some wicked Bee Gees tunes (Ha ha, almost). As usual the security is very tight and Matthew even made a joke (or two) on how strict and emotionless they were. I guess they’re just doing their job and all I need is some strategy to get the job done, besides it’s FFAF’s last show and definitely a few shots wouldn’t hurt. Now that I mentioned last show, I thought it’s not the best set-up for this farewell show. A more intimate venue like a club will have a more intense vibe/experience than an auditorium. Most of the band members came from a hardcore punk background and it’s not a surprise when vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye said he wanted to go back to their roots, well this is not that kind show but it’s still Funeral For A Friend and it’s an awesome last show for what it’s worth. Credits to LAMC Productions for bringing FFAF for the last time.
Here are some photos from the Funeral For A Friend – Last Chance To Dance Tour. Even though I have limited access and space to work with I still manage to snap some photos from the show. Hope you like it. Cheers!
All photos were shot with Nikon D750, Nikon 70-200mm F2.8G VR II and Nikon 16-35mm F4G VR. To view the EXIF info and complete series visit my Flickr album Funeral For A Friend – Last Chance To Dance Tour. If you like what you see here, kindly follow, like, share or even comment. Thank you and see you next post.