Face To Face are speaking out for the first time since their breakup and the decision to reunite for a tour. Trever Keith, Scott Shiflett and Chad Yaro discussed what influenced their decision to break up the band, reuniting, their touring plans for this upcoming summer, and what fans should expect for the live show. Watch the interview below.
This Thursday on Late Show with David Letterman, …And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead will be musical guests. Then on Friday, Craig Kilborn will welcome Face To Face to the Late Late Show. Check your local listings.
Scott Mervis of the Post-Gazette chatted with Face to Face founding member Trever Keith on whether he felt his band has gotten the credit it deserves in light of the successes of other Warped Tour veterans like Blink-182 and Sum 41. Keith said, “Not really. It’s just now, I don’t know if the bands are recognizing that, but a lot of the fans are, which is cool. A lot of people are looking back and realizing we were at the beginning of a lot of this stuff. It’s cool, it’s a good feeling.” Read more.
Chart Attack spoke with Face To Face frontman Trever Keith about how punk has (or hasn’t) changed since the band formed in the early 90’s. Keith said, “Seriously, punk hasn’t changed that much. There’s some great stuff out there and some crappy stuff out there like it’s always been. The only difference now, is that punk rock has popped up again in the mainstream.” Chartattack.com has since removed the article.