Future Bible Heroes

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Future Bible Heroes
OriginBoston, Massachusetts, USA
GenresIndie pop, synthpop
Years active1997–present
LabelsSlow River, Instinct, Merge
Associated actsThe 6ths, The Gothic Archies, The Magnetic Fields
WebsiteFormerly futurebibleheroes.com, no longer active
MembersStephin Merritt
Claudia Gonson
Chris Ewen

Future Bible Heroes is an American indie pop group led by Stephin Merritt, best known for his work with The Magnetic Fields. Merritt shares vocal duties with fellow Magnetic Fields member Claudia Gonson, who sings on the entirety of 2002's Eternal Youth. In contrast to much of Merritt's work with other groups, the Future Bible Heroes work largely on electronica-based disco, with music provided by Chris Ewen, formerly of Figures on a Beach.

In 1995, the group contributed the song "Hopeless" to the AIDS benefit album Red Hot + Bothered, produced by the Red Hot Organization.




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