Fake Problems

Fake Problems is a four-piece American rock band from Naples, Florida. They released their first full length album, How Far Our Bodies Go, on Sabot Productions on April 27, 2007. Their second record, It's Great to Be Alive, was released through Side One Dummy Records on February 17, 2009. Their third record "Real Ghosts Caught On Tape" was released September 21, 2010, also on Sideonedummy.

On February 19, 2012, singer Chris Farren requested via Twitter that someone "delete everything about the Fake Problems ikipedia." He subsequently reasoned this request by stating that everything in the article was "inaccurate."

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