Funeral For A Friend reveal Chapter And Verse

Funeral For A Friend have confirmed the release of seventh album Chapter And Verse – and launched lead track You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions.

The follow-up to 2013’s Conduit appears on January 19 via Distiller Records. It’s described as “unapologetically political” and “a far cry from the band’s early material.”

Vocalist Matthew Davies-Kreye says the track offers a stark warning: “Never trust something you can’t see with your own eyes.”

Funeral For A Friend hit the road next month ahead of a full UK tour in January.


  1. Stand By Me For The Millionth Time

  2. You’ve Got A Bad Case Of The Religions

  3. Pencil Pusher

  4. You Should Be Ashamed Of Yourself

  5. 1%

  6. After All These Years…Like A Lightbulb Going Off In My Head

  7. Modern Excuse Of A Man

  8. Inequality

  9. Brother

  10. Donny

  11. The Jade Tree Years Were My Best

October tour

Oct 03: Barrow In Furness Nines

Oct 04: Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire

Oct 05: Make A Scene Festival, Middlesborough

Nov 28: Cheltenham 2 Pigs

Nov 29: Rugby Vault

Nov 30: Wrexham Comic Con After-party

Dec 18: Cardiff University

Dec 19: Frome Cheese & Grain

UK headline tour

Jan 15: Bristol Fleece

Jan 16: Birmingham Institute

Jan 17: Manchester Gorilla

Jan 18: Glasgow King Tuts

Jan 19: Newcastle Riverside

Jan 20: Leeds University

Jan 21: London Electric Ballroom

Jan 22: Southampton 1865

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