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Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba has reimagined a few 'notable past works' as part of a new project

Triple LP 'Now Is Then Is Now' features reworked versions of 2003's 'A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar', 2006's 'Dusk and Summer', and 2009's 'Alter The Ending'.
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Published: 3:22 pm, June 22, 2019
Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba has reimagined a few 'notable past works' as part of a new project

Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba has reimagined a few 'notable past works' as part of a new project.

Triple LP 'Now Is Then Is Now' features reworked versions of 2003's 'A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar', 2006's 'Dusk and Summer', and 2009's 'Alter The Ending'.

The new takes see Carrabba taking the records back to Dashboard's roots, reworking them in his original solo form with new lyrics, structures and sounds.

Explaining how he came up with the plan, Carrabba expands: “I found the original handwritten lyrics to 'Dusk and Alter' before there was any critiques leveled at them. I looked at them and those were some of my best lyrics I’ve written. I should have known that and trusted myself. I was able to correct a mistake…”

You can check out the full 'Now Is Then Is Now' collection below.

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