“as infectious and charismatic as anything currently circling the blogosphere”

– Resident Media Pundit

Hailing from Harrisburg, PA, Farewell Flight is looking forward hitting  the road in support of their debut CD for Mono vs. Stereo Out For Blood produced and mixed by Grammy-winners Mitch Dane and Vance Powell, OUT NOW, tour run starts today.

“We’re really excited to get back on the road.  Having the opportunity to travel the country and share our music with our amazing fans and friends is the reason we continue to do what we do.” – says frontman Luke Foley

“Farewell Flight might finally receive the attention that they deserve”

– The Tune Music

The band has spent the last 5 years criss-crossing the country playing nearly 700 shows, and they have no plans of slowing down.  With an extensive touring schedule and DIY work ethic, they have already garnered an underground buzz and they are determined to continue to bring their music to the masses, the band strives is to impact others with thought provoking lyrics while still entertaining them with an infectiously fun live show.

See the video for title track Out For Blood at www.farewellflight.com

Farewell Flight is: singer Luke Foley, bassist Robbe Reddinger, lead guitarist Brian Campbell, and drummer Marc Prokopchak.

See the band live:

Fri 8/12 – Lynchburg, VA – Rivermont Pizza
Sat 8/13 – Greenville, SC – The Channel
Sun 8/14 – Charlotte, NC – The Milestone
Tues 8/16 – Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern
Wed 8/17 – Jacksonville, FL – Jack Rabbits
Thur 8/18 – Pensacola, FL – Harvest Pensacola
Sat 8/20 – Tyler, TX – House show
Sun 8/21 –  Brownsville, TX – Galleria 409
Wed 8/24 – Houston, TX – Student Nation
Fri 8/26 – Joplin, MO – The Salvage Yard
Sat 8/27 – Fayetteville, AR – George’s Majestic
Sun 8/28 – Bloomington, IL – Coffee Nation
Mon 8/29 – Fishers, IN (Indianapolis) – The Music Academy
Tues 8/30 – Grand Rapids, MI – Mulligan’s Pub
Wed 8/31 – Pontiac, MI – The Crofoot
Thur 9/1 – Akron, OH – Musica
Sat 9/3 – Harrisburg, PA – Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center

www.farewellflight.com

www.monovsstereo.com

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