This album paints a picture in my mind so vividly of that
era, the summer of 2006 and my late teenage years. The trials and tribulations of life and young
love at time when music meant so much to me.
Rumours have it Chris is busy working on new material and
that we’ll see a new Dashboard album this year. So whilst we’re waiting there’s
no reason not to re-release this album!
While I’m here it’s also fun to point out that their whole
back catalogue needs repressing, some haven’t been re-pressed since 2003 and
alongside Dusk and Summer, The
Places You Have Come To Fear The Most has never been pressed at all.
I guess I just don’t understand how a band so influential to
that scene and so many people isn’t widely available on one of the largest
I’m not very active on Twitter but have sent requests to
both the official accounts of Dashboard (@Dashboardmusic) and the label (@Vagrant)
If you’re a Dashboard fan and would like this album released
on wax for the first time then please let them know via Twitter and who knows,
maybe we’ll finally get it.
remember when taylor swift got chris carrabba of dashboard confessional fame to perform at her best friend abigail’s 25th birthday party because hands down was a super nostalgic song for them..we all need a friend like that