Wednesday, November 4, 2015

News: Forever Still Announces Debut Album

If you were paying attention earlier in the year, I reviewed the latest in a series of EPs from the upcoming band Forever Still. That release was praised for its strong take on female-fronted modern rock, delivering tracks that were heavy and hooky, and showed tremendous potential. After listening to those tracks, I went back and delved into their earlier material, which reinforced my belief that this is a band that had the ability to make an impact in what is often a stale scene.

Now, we can find out for sure, as Forever Still has announced that their debut album, "Tied Down", will be released on January 15. Here's what the band says about the record:

"In 2013, Forever Still released their debut EP "Breaking Free" to extensive critical acclaim and widely toured the record throughout Scandinavia. The following year the band returned to the studio to record the first of three EPs that now make up their full-length concept album ‘Tied Down’. The record grapples with a glut of personal issues stemming from depression, anxiety, and worthlessness, through to perseverance and recovery. The first EP ‘Scars’ picked up glowing reviews, as did the second record entitled ‘Save Me’. The sophomore EP was released in April 2015 and Forever Still undertook a hugely successful European tour, which saw the rocksters headline their first run of UK dates.

Having returned from their latest tour, the band hit the studio again to lay down tracks for their third and final chapter in the EP trilogy. Forever Still now unleash their eagerly awaited debut full length album "Tied Down", which is set to drop in January, followed by extensive European touring."

If you enjoy modern rock, this is an album to keep your eyes on.

And right around the beginning of the new year, we here at Bloody Good Music will be bringing you a review of the record. It guarantees 2016 is going to get off to a rocking start.

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