Latest Senses Fail Setlist
Senses Fail at The Regent Theater
- Free Fall Without a Parachute
- Bloody Romance
- Dreaming a Reality
- The Ground Folds
- Handguns and Second Chances
- One Eight Seven
- Calling All Cars
- Choke on This
- Family Tradition
- Lady in a Blue Dress
- If There Is Light, It Will Find You
- Shark Attack
- Gold Jacket, Green Jacket…
- Rum Is for Drinking, Not for Burning
- Can't Be Saved
- Bite to Break Skin
About Senses Fail
Senses Fail consisted of vocalist Buddy Nielsen, guitarists Dave Miller and Garrett Zablocki, bassist Michael Glita, and drummer Dan Trapp. Forming in 2002, SF developed a slick amalgam of post-hardcore chuggery and emo heartbreak that was solidly in line with the sound of other New Jersey groups like Saves the Day. Senses Fail quickly issued a debut EP through Boston indie ECA, and began to play out frequently while spreading the word with a thriving Internet presence. Drive-Thru Records took notice, and signed the group in late 2002. A revamped version of the From the Depths of Dreams EP appeared in April 2003; it featured better mixing, one new song, and an acoustic version of “Ground Folds.” A tour with the Used wrapped up the year in a successful fashion. After more heavy touring and a bit of label drama, 2004’s Let It Enfold You, named after a Charles Bukowski poem, was released that September on Vagrant; a deluxe edition with bonus tracks was issued a year later. ~ Johnny Loftus, All Music Guide
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