The Forever Now make cinematic indie rock music that pulls together diverse influences ranging from electro, indie rock, alt-rock, and house, to modern classical music. Formerly known as the rock band duo Winchester, TFN is now the solo project of Copenhagen-based Filipino/Canadian Monty de Luna with frequent collaborator Lauren Austin among others.

Known for their holistic artistic approach, lush production, and dramatic compositions, the duo created a series of projection-mapped animated artworks for their first EP If Time is Not Linear Why Can’t I Forget the Past, receiving positive reviews from publications including Birp.fm, Fingertips, Le Canal Auditif, Aimless Skylarking, The Revue and IX Daily among others. Their work has been likened to artists such as m83, The Naked and Famous, Oh Wonder, and the XX.

Incredibly beautiful. It is part cinematic, part cosmic, part operatic, and completely dazzling. The production work is sublime […] Simply spectacular.

The Revue on ‘I’m Not Ready to Go Yet’

Now, after relocating to Denmark, Monty is back on his own with Lauren as a frequent collaborator, bringing a new collection of pop singles featuring organic textures, and indelible hooks.

a contender for ‘The Summer Hit of 2017′.

Indie Obsessive on ‘Throw it Down’

Flawed images of your past self, past loves, and the unknown that the future brings, simultaneously breathes around you as you reach the cosmos where the beauty that awaits you is enough to bring you to tears

Oh Es Tee on ‘I’m Not Ready to Go Yet’