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Farewell Flight

Farewell Flight

 

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Farewell Flight is an American rock band that was formed in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 2003 by singer songwriter Luke Foley. Currently based in Nashville, TN,[1] Foley is joined by lead guitarist Brian "Rabbit" Campbell, drummer Caleb Allensworth, and bassist Joshua St. Moblo.

The band's music has developed over the course of its existence, beginning as an indie pop piano-driven band with folk leanings to its current grunge pop with new wave sound. More recently, the band's songs have been featured in a national TV advertisement for CITGO [2] as well as on the CW Network show, Hart of Dixie (S03E04).[3] After featuring the band as Artist of the Week in August 2014, Nashville tastemaker alternative station Lightning 100[4] began to regularly spin the single Scarecrow. Having charted on AAA format,[5] Scarecrow also joins several prior singles in receiving regular airplay on Philadelphia's WXPN.[6] Alternative Press magazine named Farewell Flight as an "Artist You Need To Know in 2015".[7]

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Out for Blood
 
Out for Blood is the second album by the American rock band Farewell Flight, released in 2011.
Sweet Dreams Norma Jean
Song
Sweet Dreams Norma Jean is a song by musical group Farewell Flight, released on November 20, 2015.
The Places We'll Go
Song
The Places We'll Go is a song by musical group Farewell Flight, released on October 22, 2013.
I Was a Ghost
Album
I Was a Ghost is an album by musical group Farewell Flight, released on March 4, 2014.

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