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    Farpoint update...some new/old music.

    Exciting news! Since reconvening in the winter for our live internet broadcast, the KINDRED era lineup of Farpoint has returned to the studio to finish up a couple of old songs that we had been previously working on...One is a rerecording of a very old Farpoint favorite, and the other is a cover by one of the early art rock bands that was a huge influence on us. Both of these songs should see release by the end of the year. Stay tuned for more details!
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    "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter"

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    And some more new/old music has surfaced! Some of you may remember a CD fundraiser that was put together by PE members back in 2005 or so. Farpoint's contribution to that compilation was a song called "Loved," written by Clark Boone. We have decided to make that track available as a digital single, so as of today it is available via CDBaby, Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, Spotify, and more. We hope you enjoy it and would be most appreciative to anyone who helps spread the word. More new music will be coming from Farpoint throughout 2019!

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    "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter"

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    More new/old music! Not exactly prog, but it has an art rock slant.

    We are happy to announce a new single release: our cover of the Tears for Fears song, "Mad World."
    Several years ago we were asked by artist Randy Bishop to cover this song as a part of the soundtrack accompanying his comic book, THE HAWK OF NEW YORK. At the time Farpoint was a 4 piece band comprising Kevin Jarvis, Rick Walker, Dean Hallal and Frank Tyson. In 2016, Jennifer Weich returned to the band, and her vocals were added to the song, and now we are making it available digitally worldwide to download or stream from your favorite source. We hope you enjoy it!

    "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter"

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    Nice version of Mad World. A bit between the original Tears For Fears and the Gary Jules version.


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