The Band Far From Alaska Are Set to Release Their New Album ‘Unlikely’
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Far From Alaska Are Set to Release New Album ‘Unlikely’
- not likely to happen, be done, or be true; improbable:
This is the best adjective to describe the band Far Form Alaska. No one could suspect that from Natal, Rio Grande Do Norte state, Brazil, a city known for it’s tropical beaches with white sand and warm sea would put together a rock band with queer sound with heavy riffs, female vocals and lyrics in English, once were very unlikely to succeed where they came from, but today they are one of the main bands in Brazil.
Far From Alaska is a five-piece band based in Brazil and getting ready to release their second album ‘Unlikely‘ due to drop on the 25th August 2017.
‘Unlikely‘ is the follow up to Far From Alaska’s debut album ‘modeHuman‘ named in Rolling Stone’s Top Ten albums of 2014.
The band formed in 2013 and has quickly gained international exposure having toured extensively across South America and Europe.
The line up for Far From Alaska is Emmily Barreto (vocals), Cris Botarelli (guitar, vocals, synth), Rafael Brasil (guitars), Edu Filgueira (bass) and Lauro Kirsch (drums)
Recently Far From Alaska performed on the main stage of Download Festival in France alongside the likes of Green Day and Blink 182.
Following their performance, at Download the band were hailed by Kerrang magazine for their energetic live performance and captivating sound.
Far From Alaska’s forthcoming album ‘Unlikely‘ features the current single ‘Cobra ‘ produced by Sylvia Massy who has worked with the likes of Tool, System of a Down and Johnny Cash and the album’s mastered by Joe LaPorta (Foo Fighters, David Bowie).
The bands single ‘Cobra ‘ is a thrilling percussion-soaked track with a relentless but playful quality. Far From Alaska’s sound is both grandiose and rollicking and I can’t get enough of them.
‘Cobra ‘ is available on all digital platforms, check out the official music video below.
Far From Alaska’s New Single ‘Cobra.’
Far From Alaska is set to announce new live dates in the very near future.
Please head over and support this awesome indie band on their links above, and don’t forget to tell them Pop Culture Pipe Bomb sent you!