For All We Know

For All We Know

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Take Underoath add a little extra pop, and kick out Chris. Who needs keys these days anyway?

Biography

In an age where every band is one-upping eachother, its really hard to focus on what bands
have to offer musically. With all of these hook-ups and "programs" used to try to boost a
bands morale, it seems less likely to get anywhere these days.

For the Muskegon, MI band, For All We Know they have looked past that.
With all of the hard work as a group, this brotherly band shows their effort to
give back to their fans and friends, and it seems to have paid off thus far.
From the get-go For All We Know has proven themselves and showed the local
scene what they are capable of.
In April of 2006 this band was was founded, and set out to do something for themselves,
and for Jesus Christ. They released their first EP "Everythings booming but the guns" in May of 2006.
With that EP, they booked numerous shows around Michigan.
Playing shows nearly every weekend due to Highschool band members.
As the band progressed, there were changes. In the Spring of 2007, an addition to the band was made.
Justin Hills would be playing bass, and Nick Barham would move to Vocals.
With brother and drummer Gabe Barham in the band, it has always
kept a solid ground and gave it a close family feel, and made it easy to grow on eachother.

July of 2007 had alot to offer as the band was picked to play the Detroit Warped Tour Date.
It came as a blessing to the band, as they started to make a fanbase state wide,
while still promoting throughout the country.
Towards the end of this summer, a new member was added as well to complete the line-up.
Medford, Oregon's Jesse Lawson made a move across country
to team up with For All We Know.
With Jesse on guitar and backing vocals, he worked with guitarist/vocalist
Justin VanHook, to create something powerful.

This "must see" 5 peice is planning to tour this winter. Along with just releasing their
new EP "We're About To Change."

Discography

EP 2007 - We're About To Change

Set List

We usually play 6 or 7 songs with an intro, sometimes on an iPod. Sometimes an outro. It usually lasts about 25-35 minutes.