Funeral for a Friend have posted a new song entitled "Wrench" on their official MySpace profile. The song is one of four new songs taken from the band's upcoming compilation album, Your History Is Mine: 2002–2009, which is set to be released through Atlantic in the U.K. to fulfill their previous record contract. The two-disc release, essentially a "greatest hits" collection, is marked for a 28 September 2009 release. The track listing is as follows: Disc one 01. "10:45 Amsterdam Conversations" (from Between Order and Model) 02. "This Year's Most Open Heartbreak" (from Four Ways to Scream Your Name) 03. "Juneau" (from Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation) 04. "She Drove Me to Daytime Television" (from Casually Dressed) 05. "Escape Artists Never Die" (from Casually Dressed) 06. "Red Is the New Black" (from Casually Dressed) 07. "Streetcar" (from Hours) 08. "Roses for the Dead" (from Hours) 09. "History" (from Hours) 10. "Into Oblivion (Reunion)" (from Tales Don't Tell Themselves) 11. "Walk Away" (from Tales) 12. "Kicking and Screaming" (from Memory and Humanity) Disc two "Built to Last" "Captains of Industry" "No Honour Among Thieves" "Wrench" The full track listing for the album's second disc has not yet be revealed, but it is known that, in addition to these four new songs, it will contain rarer material from the band's history.