The focus of todays Artist Discovery is firmly fixed upon Indie Rockers Forgetting The Future!
The Scottish four piece have been making big waves in the UK music scene - fusing together an energy driven array of melodiously catchy guitars, a tight rhythmic backbone and strong vocal hooks...
Hailing from the Scottish north coast town of Thurso, the group began to fuse together their creative talents back in 2014. Before long Forgetting The Future was born and they've been skilfully shaping their sound and style ever since.
2018 was an important year for the Indie Rock outfit, with the release of their debut EP 'Under the Influence' along with winning The SUBlist (The Scottish Unsigned Bands List)'s battle of the bands competition - scoring them a recording session with talented L.A. based producer Ken Allardyce (Greenday, Fleetwood Mac, Weezer and The Goo Goo Dolls - but to name a few...).
After such an eventful year, the group moved head first into 2019 with the bar already set high...and once again, they delivered!
The year saw Forgetting The Future sign an exciting deal with InTime Records and released two exciting new singles, 'Bluetooth' on 25th October and 'Cymru' on 2nd December. Honing in on years of collaboration, the two singles marked an a very exciting new chapter for these talented young musicians...
Flash forward to 2020 and Forgetting The Future show absolutely no sign of slowing down any time soon!
After kicking off the year with a bang - seeing the release of their single 'Sara Tonin' on 7th January - the band went on to drop their eagerly anticipated debut album 'Broken Phones & Hormones' in February.
The third track on the album, 'Inhaler', was released on 29th May along with an exhilaratingly fast paced music video by Alan Greer (with illustration/animation by 1eye Productions).
The future looks incredibly bright for these up and coming Indie Rockers, and we for sure cannot wait to see/hear more!
Listen to more from Forgetting The Future by visiting their Spotify page.
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