"Good times I feel it…”    

"Love and Rebellion" is the hard-hitting, gritty new EP from Four Trips Ahead. With this release on 505 Records, the band has succeeded in completing their strongest, most cohesive work to date without compromising their artistic integrity. Debuting at #6 “Most Added” on the CMJ Hard Rock/Metal charts, "Love and Rebellion" is the culmination of a highly creative and fulfilling period for the band.  Successfully combining their exciting, adventurous trademark sound and poignant lyrics with heavier production, the new songs possess the urgency and maturity that mark Four Trips Ahead as a force to be reckoned with in modern rock music.


Bloody hell, this is intense.
— Powerplay

Four Trips Ahead roots date back to 2001 when the seasoned New York City musicians first came together in search of a new creative outlet. Instantly, the quartet recognized their common musical interests-- creating heavy, progressive sounds with strong melodies and dynamics. The band soon brought their high-energy show to audiences on the East Coast and throughout the United States as well as sparking interest overseas, being featured in notable UK rock publication, Fireworks, and on several of its music samplers while garnering great reviews and radio airplay in England, Germany, France and Belgium.   Releasing four EPs and one full length album, FTA’s latest, “Love and Rebellion” is receiving heavy rotation on American college, commercial and specialty Hard Rock/Metal radio formats including top-ten placements on various stations such as WBAB, WHFR and WLVR. Four Trips Ahead's new music is big, bold and memorable. Be ready as they reclaim rock music in 2015 and beyond.


Four Trips Ahead has sounded the call for the new decade…
— Rock Realms
This EP (The Memories) has got great guitar work, great vocals and some hi-energy drumming and, what’s more, it’s got proper songs.
— Uberrock
FTA plays a nice melodic (modern, but with some nostalgic feel nevertheless) heavy rock with catchy grooves. That this don’t always have to happen through roughed-up vocals and heavy music, the band prove through the more introvert and semi-acoustic “ballad” “Memento”…here’s the kind of stuff a broad range of music lovers might call out for…
— ConcreteWeb

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Four Trips Ahead fetches classic prog-rock the likes of Rush and Porcupine Tree, mixing it with modern alt-rock sound and big catchy choruses…it allows the band a broader audience not usually friendly to the genre.
— Bootleg Magazine