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Forget Tomorrow / Press

“From the quasi-RnB of “Just Fine” to the metal-tinged closer “Lincoln Street” the band is careful to give each track a personality and identity. And in a genre whose supposed raw emotion often comes off more as screaming by rote than because of any deep personal need, the final note of “Lincoln Street” will give you chills. That's some realness.”

“From the quasi-RnB of “Just Fine” to the metal-tinged closer “Lincoln Street” the band is careful to give each track a personality and identity. And in a genre whose supposed raw emotion often comes off more as screaming by rote than because of any deep personal need, the final note of “Lincoln Street” will give you chills. That's some realness.”

"...vocalist Kevin Loftus, who doesn’t scream, but growls his way through this 11 track LP... contrasted against vocalist-in-crime Avery Taylor, makes for a winning formula; as where Loftus gives each track that rough edge it needs,Taylor laces them with his delicate melodies, like honey dripped onto barbed wire." "...from Taylor’s shallow, yet harmonic vocals mixed in with more breakdowns than you can shake a stick at, Forget Tomorrow are standing proof that the road to making it may not be the smoothest, but with hard work comes positive outcomes, and with this new album, Forget Tomorrow is sure to be welcomed into the music community with open arms, giving bands a run for their money."