Posts tagged "Dashboard Confessional"

Chris Carrabba’s Twin Forks Hit the Road in ‘Cross My Mind’ Video

It's nearly impossible for singer-songwriter Chris Carrabba to escape the shadow and trappings of his Dashboard Confessional moniker, but he's roaring and stomping back with new outfit…
By: Luke McCormick / August 8, 2013

Return to Forever: Chris Carrabba on Reuniting With His Beloved Band

Before Chris Carrabba rose to raw-wound prominence with Dashboard Confessional, he was just one of the guys — but the guys were something special. A…
By: David Marchese / October 19, 2012

Chris Carrabba and Further Seems Forever Reunite In ‘So Cold’ Clip

A lot has changed since we last heard Chris Carrabba alongside his bandmates in South Florida emocore fivesome Further Seems Forever. A few years after…
By: David Bevan / September 7, 2012

First Spin: Dashboard Confessional’s Cover of R.E.M.’s ‘End of the World as We Know It’

On November 17, Dashboard Confessional leader Chris Carrabba will release Covered in the Flood, his first record under his own name and one comprised solely…
By: David Bevan / November 10, 2011

Q&A: Dashboard Confessional’s Chris Carrabba

A few years ago, Chris Carrabba walked into a packed club near his Boca Raton, Florida, hometown to play a solo show, with no game…
By: Kevin O'Donnell / November 19, 2010

Dashboard Confessional Plots Solo Acoustic Tour

It's been ten years since Chris Carrabba unleashed his sensitive brand of emo-pop with The Swiss Army Romance, his debut as Dashboard Confessional, back whe…
By: Kevin O'Donnell / October 5, 2010

Dashboard Confessional Launch Unplugged Tour

"Alright, I'm Chris. It's nice to see you guys. You wanna sing one?"…
By: Chris Martins / December 1, 2009

New Albums from Dashboard Confessional & More

Here's a rundown of the essential albums available online and in record stores today:…
By: SPIN Staff / November 10, 2009

Dashboard Confessional, ‘Alter the Ending’ (Vagrant/Interscope)

All Chris Carrabba's albums as heartthrob-in-chief of Dashboard Confessional have been about tension, primarily romantic: He can't help comparing his current love to the idealized…
By: Mikael Wood / November 8, 2009