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Forget, Forget / Press

“People, this is poetry, the finest kind. DeVos has managed to give voice to crazies most of society would rather never hear, while simultaneously tapping into feelings most everyone understands, and he does it all atop music of remarkable sophistication. ...The result is a richly textured sound, a mix of electric and acoustic instruments and male and female voices that complement one another in wonderful ways. ...DeVos’ adept and honest voice harmonizes well with the ladies’, and when the women get a chance to take the lead or share it, as on the beautiful ballad “Two People” and the edgy “Ex-Husband,” you realize, Damn, this band is deep. ...If you give it a chance, you’ll be listening to We Are All for many years to come.”

“Just one year after forming, Portland-based seven piece Forget Forget’s debut full length, “We Are All,” bears the mark of careful consideration and commitment. It is a purposeful collection of songs, with an orchestral indie rock sound...All seven bandmates clearly have an inherent understanding of the power of dynamics; “We Are All” is an album that screams with joy as much as it weeps quietly in the corner.”