Here is our newest video, "I Disappear" -- the second single off our upcoming album "Human | Nature".
The Almost Faithful is a Seattle-based alt-rock trio featuring guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist John Feodorov, bass guitarist Hal Deranek, and drummer James Lord.
John Feodorov formed The Almost Faithful in 2015. A musician and songwriter long before establishing himself as a multi-media artist, Feodorov wanted to put together a band that could address themes similar to his visual art practice.
With songs informed by Art Rock, Post-Punk, Progressive and Psychedelic Rock, The Almost Faithful weaves together thought-provoking and mordant lyrics with staccato guitar riffs, intense bass lines, and dynamic drumming to create a sound that is as raw and gritty as it is intentional and well-crafted.
Drawing inspiration from artists such as The Kinks, Blonde Redhead, Gang of Four, and King Crimson, The Almost Faithful’s songs are simultaneously introspective and intense, while their lyrics maneuver between pensive reflection and biting social critique.
The Northwest Music Scene blog wrote that The Almost Faithful “might be a little difficult to slap a label on as they borrow elements from several genres in creating their unique sound but it’s not hard to pick out the prog influences as you listen through their recently released debut full-length album. The songs are catchy, the musicianship is tight and if you are in the market for a northwest rock band that isn’t attempting to reinvent the post-grunge or even the grunge genre, invest some time in their new album. We are pretty sure you’ll come away a fan.” (Nov. 2, 2018)
The band has just released their first full-length album titled Human | Nature. The songs address themes such as consumerism, spiritual conflict, insomnia, and doubt in the age of alternative facts.
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