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Rare Futures

Rare Futures

Rare Futures


Rare Futures (formerly known as Happy Body Slow Brain) began as the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Matt Fazzi during his tenure with San Francisco progressive-rock band Facing New York. It started as a side-project attempting to combine Fazzi’s love of heavy rock groove, Motown soul, and 80′s synthesizers in one harmonious package. After parting ways with Facing New York in early ‘08, Fazzi joined well-established rock group Taking Back Sunday for a stint that included a full-length album, New Again, and 2 live releases. Read more on Last.fm
Rare Futures (formerly known as Happy Body Slow Brain) began as the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Matt Fazzi during his tenure with San Francisco progressive-rock band Facing New York. It started as a side-project attempting to combine Fazzi’s love of heavy rock groove, Motown soul, and 80′s synthesizers in one harmonious package. After parting ways with Facing New York in early ‘08, Fazzi joined well-established rock group Taking Back Sunday for a stint that included a full-length album, New Again, and 2 live releases. Having continually pursued his own creative endeavors throughout, Fazzi left Taking Back Sunday in mid-2010 and immediately turned his full attention to Rare Futures.

He brought the project to life by self-releasing an enchanting full-length album, 2010′s Dreams of Water, a mellow collection of acoustic B-sides called the SLEEPY EP (2012), and the LIVE EP (2014). In support of truly embracing this project’s potential, Rare Futures has performed alongside countless notable acts including The Fall of Troy, Glassjaw, Maps & Atlases, RX Bandits, The Matches, Night Verses, O’Brother, and Night Riots. As a “hired gun,” Fazzi has also played guitar and keyboards for bands such as Atlas Genius, The Dear Hunter, Into It Over It and A Great Big Pile of Leaves. Rare Futures was born out of the desire to use knowledge from all previous experiences to forge a new path bound to entice both newcomers and long time fans.

The band has kept anticipation high for years with hints of a new album, and the time is finally right. With a new name and more determination than ever, Rare Futures will release their long awaited album, titled 'This Is Your Brain On Love,' on March 25, 2016 via In The Clouds Records and Fazzi’s own Cerebral Music Group. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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