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Famous Last Words Checks In With Tour Diary

After we premiered the full new album "The Incubus" from Famous Last Words, the band hit the road with Alesana and Oh, Sleeper for a U.S. tour.

Still embarked on that trek that runs through October 12th, JT of Famous Last Words has checked in with us for the first in a series of exclusive tour diaries!

Check out his rundown of how the tour has been going, along with some stellar show photos courtesy of Justin Conant. JT comments:

"We left my house the night of September 23rd. It was a 14 hour drive to the first show. When we finally arrived at the venue, it started as most shows do. We checked out the venue, loaded in, and set up Merch. But the best part of the first day of tour is meeting all of the people on the package that you will be spending the next few weeks with. Immediately, there was a super positive energy among the package and it hasn't changed since then.

"A few days into tour, we played at Webster Hall in NYC. This whole day was a crazy experience. Between fighting cabbies for parking spots, one of the craziest shows on the tour so far, and the absolute craziest load out ever through a crowd of hundreds of people, it made for a pretty epic day of tour.

"The rest of the shows have been incredible too. Everyone in the package is getting closer and we are all finally starting to get each others names down (one of the biggest tour struggles ever). It's definitely been one hell of an experience and a great time and we don't expect it to slow down at all on this run."

Stay tuned for the next tour diary to arrive next week as Famous Last Words continues to support new release "The Incubus."

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