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Energetic and emotionally charged, Friday at the Lake brings more than just an incredible live performance to their fans, they bring a message of hope. When asked about the new album "Fences", bass player Julian Peddle explains, "There are so many hurtful things which happen in our lives that cause us to feel lost and broken... the result of these emotions is a push towards hopelessness, a fence or seperation from the ones we care about the most." "But it doesn't end there", says Julian. In their new album, FATL reveals many of their most personal experiences allowing fans to feel a deep connection with the band that goes beyond the music. "Our fans are always telling us how they can relate to the music we write. They have shared amazing stories of hope with us and I never could have expected to be a part of something so big.", says singer Tom Kessler.
Friday at the Lake routinely draws large crowds to the venues they play. This is because they strive to make every performance unforgetable and they understand the value of maintaining dedicated fan base.