Since their inception little more than 18 months ago, Welsh quintet Funeral For A Friend have blazed a stellar trail, spearheading the current rock renaissance in the UK & winning over critics & public alike. Now, after storming performances at Glastonbury, T In The Park & the Download Festival (to name but three), Bridgend's finest take another giant step with the release of their eagerly awaited debut album. Produced by Colin Richardson (Machine Head, InMe, Carcass), 'Casually Dressed & Deep In Conversation' effortlessly matches the hype, showcasing the band kicking out their own particular brand of cathartic messed up rock 'n' roll. An emotive hybrid of emo, pop-tinted metal, post-hardcore & punk, standout tracks include bruising 'Rookie Of The Year', the stratospheric 'Bend Your Arms To Look Like Wings' & 'Juneau', a reworking of 'Juno', a track first heard on 2002's breakthrough 'Between Order & Model' debut EP. Includes the single 'She Drove Me To Daytime Television/Bullet Theory'.