Brandon Welch, Jordan Powers, Mark Karsten, Joseph Powers, Elizabeth Pina, and Todd Turner - an innocent enough series of six random names; but
when combined with each other, they represent the powerhouse rock and roll sextet from Virginia that is called Far-Less - true evidence that the whole
is greater than the sum of its parts. The band's sophomore album, A Toast To Bad Taste, boasts a complex sense of confidence, merging the dynamic
elements of rock bands like Muse with the intelligence and finesse of Dredg and Brand New. Produced by Mike Green (Paramore, The Matches), A Toast
To Bad Taste is the incisive testimony of a band reborn. With an astute knack for combining melody with crafty instrumentation and drawing inspiration
from such 90's alternative bands such as Smashing Pumpkins and Soundgarden, Far-Less has yet again carved out it's own unique place in the world of
rock and roll. The end result is a seemingly timeless and artful album that will continue to distance the band from the dormant and unimaginative
aesthetic of the vast majority of it's peers.