Forever Still release new music video for “Perfect Day”

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Today, Denmark’s highflyers Forever Still unleash their sophomore full-length release “Breathe in Colours”, diving the listener right into a dark concept of a dystopian cyberpunk future, mixing modern metal with melodic hard rock and strong female vocals.

This time, the band has evolved their songwriting skills even further, without producing a carbon copy of its predecessor “Tied Down”, released in 2016. Instead, the new album drifts both into more epic moments like on the captivating opener “Rew1nd” or “Embrace the Tide”, while frontwoman Maja Shining also delivers her heaviest screams to date on the groovy “Survive” or their emotional declaration of war, “Fight”.

As a final taster, Forever Still reveal the special bonus track - the Lou Reed cover “Perfect Day”. Watch the atmospheric new music video below.

Order your physical or digital version of Forever Still’s new album here - the first 100 orders receive a hand-signed post card.

In addition, singer Maja just recently started her own “Let’s Play” YouTube channel for video games - follow her on her virtual adventures.

When Philip K. Dick wrote what would later become Blade Runner set in 2019, no one would have believed that the dystopian cyberpunk future he imagined would be so similar to the world we live in today...

With their sophomore full-length album, the band has evolved their songwriting skills even further and didn’t want to produce a plain copy of its predecessor “Tied Down”, released in 2016. Instead, the new album drifts both into more epic moments like on the captivating opener “Rewind” or “Embrace the Tide”, while frontwoman Maja Shining also delivers her heaviest screams to date on the groovy “Survive” or their emotional declaration of war, “Fight!”. And for the first time, the songwriter duo of singer Maja and multi-instrumentalist Mikkel Haastrup has decided to make the album a more collaborative effort and therefore brought their long time live drummer, Rune Frisch, into the studio with them to record the drums - a big step for the two young musicians who handled everything on their own on the previous record, from music videos to band photos, the album production and even concert booking.

After sweat, blood and tears and the surprising use of a theremin, the result of Forever Still’s efforts to break through the numbing grey, is a surprisingly diversified and mature album that breathes fresh air – and colours – into the bland rock scene.

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www.foreverstill.dk
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