So excited to announce that our new single, “Lover’s City” will feature the incredible vocals of Danish singer-songwriter Trine Lyngvig. Out August 12, 2022.
Thanks for listening!
We’ve randomly selected a winner for our Reciprocals (Cinematic Version) totebag giveaway. Congratulations to our 997th subscriber Sugandh G. for winning the totebag giveaway! Thanks to everyone who participated. If you didn’t win, you can still get the totebag for 15% off using the code “totebag15” for the next 3 days.
I almost missed it, but on November 24, 2021, Moments I: A Spark Becomes a Flame debuted on Apple Music’s Classical Music chart at #25. Check the song out below:
This week The Forever Now hit a new landmark—achieving 500,000 plays across Soundcloud and Spotify alone, and if that’s not a (small) reason to celebrate, I don’t know what is. Truly when this project was started years ago it seemed unfathomable that so many people would hear these songs, so a huge thank you to… Continue reading Half a Million Plays
Texture Papier Records has shared our nostalgic slow-burn of a pseudo-instrumental synthwave shoegaze track “I’m Not Ready to Go Yet” to their 15,000 followers on their Relaxing Songs 2021 Playlist alongside Billie Eilish, Sia, Adele, Léon, and Lana del Rey. Check the playlist out below.
For the first time ever, you can now buy The Forever Now merch in our very own merch store. featuring artwork from our various singles and EPs over the years. Featured here are a few of my favourites. We designed all the products ourselves and did several different proofs to make sure they were to… Continue reading MERCH STORE LAUNCH
“There’s real beauty here, not only in the soundscape, but in the vulnerable and heartfelt lyrics.” Check out this incredible review of Reciprocals (Cinematic Version) by When the Horn Blows, linked here. If you’re looking for emotive, string-laden, swelling indie pop, combined with sweet male/female vocal harmonies and poetic lyrics then look no further than… Continue reading Reviewed: When the Horn Blows on “Reciprocals (Cinematic Version)”