Twin Falls, the new project of Chris Carrabba and Suzie Zeldin, is changing its name to Twin Forks following a short-lived controversy over the moniker. A mere couple days ago, we reported that a UK artist who calls himself Twin Falls claimed that the new superband stole his identity. Okay. Way to be a good sport, Carrabba and Co. The band has also released a new song, which you can check out in the replies along with a statement from, um, Twin Forks. Now the only boring name-change whining we have to keep track of is The Story So Far v. The Story So Far.
Chris Carrabba has started a new group called Twin Falls. The band consists of himself on vocals and guitar, Suzie Zeldin (The Narrative) on mandolin and vocals, bassist Jonathan Clark and drummer Ben Homola (Bad Books). You can read more details about the group over at AltPress.
The Boston Phoenix has today a list of the best emo songs of all time. The publication lays out 100 tracks, headlined by My Chemical Romance and featuring many other AP.net favorites. Check out the list and weigh in with your thoughts in the replies.
At New Found Glory and Dashboard Confessional's acoustic show in Salt Lake City, I asked Chad when or if the NFG/DC split is coming out. He said that the 7" split will be for sale on the last couple shows of this tour.
During the past few months while Butch Walker was recording his new solo album, he also produced the new Dashboard Confessional and Never Shout Never records, as well as 5 tracks on Weezer's new album (he also co-wrote the current single from the album "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To").
The high-res artwork for Dashboard Confessional's Alter the Ending can be seen in the AP.net Gallery. Additionally, we've uploaded some new promo shots, which you can see at the corresponding links below.
Joanna Pacitti, originally picked to be in American Idol's top 36, has been disqualified from the competition due to a previous recording contract with Geffen Records. Her album that was released in 2006 included a cover of Dashboard Confessional's "Screaming Infidelities."