Songwriter and guitarist Chris Carrabba made his name with the now legendary US emo band Dashboard Confessional before moving on to Further Seems Forever.
Now a part of folkier outfit Twin Forks, our podcast producer Alex Fisher was keen to catch up with Chris to chat folk music, washing camping underwear in the sink and discuss his lengthy career in the industry.
Like this? Well there’s plenty more where that came from. Check out the podcast series here.
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