“as infectious and charismatic as anything currently circling the blogosphere” – Resident Media Pundit

Harrisburg, PA melodic indie-pop rockers Farewell Flight look forward to their debut CD for Mono vs. Stereo ‘Out For Blood’ produced and mixed by Grammy-winners Mitch Dane and Vance Powell, available digitally and at tour stops starting July 12.

Get a free download of “ Begin Again” at Absolute Punk today at:

http://www.absolutepunk.net/showthread.php?p=91046052.

“there’s some really good songwriting on here. There’s a certain humility and honesty weaving in and out of these 12 tracks” –LP33 TV

Comprised of singer Luke Foley, bassist Robbe Reddinger, lead guitarist Brian Campbell, and drummer Marc Prokopchak, 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 a full national tour in the works, the band’s goal is to impact others with thought provoking lyrics while still entertaining them with an infectiously fun live show.

this band is a serious outfit, delivering an alternative rock sound with enough pop sensibilities

to hook you in from beginning to end,”

–         Alter The Press

Farewell Flight’s ‘Out For Blood’ is the fourth release from Mono vs. Stereo, a partnership between Gotee Records and Relient K.

www.farewellflight.com

www.monovsstereo.com

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