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Forth Wanderers’ “Nevermine,” A New Single From Their Upcoming Self-Titled debut.

The Montclair, New Jersey natives announces like a boss, and delivers ‘Nevermine’, a single coming off of their upcoming S/T debut. This time they’re offing a full length album with the help of their friends at Sub Pop. And that’s good. Because it’s been a while, and like a friend who’d moved to the far west, we missed them and we’re ready to absorb their goodness.

They’ve always sounded like this, but it’s even better and more apparent in this single. The song resonates like a part of a graphics novel, describing a Hero’s arc – love is lost, go on a journey, find a better self.

“I don’t think I know who you are anymore/ and I don’t think I knew who I was before” she jabs with relish”

That’s always been the attraction to the band. And Ava’s vocals have always been sultry, addictive, and dangerous – a voice that makes listeners think that they are being unfaithful.

Don’t mind us. It’s just a cool combination and a perfect storm, in our opinion.

This indie rock offering is a great way to go, and is very entertaining.

The gang is working hard it seems and we can’t wait to see what the next single will be like.

Oh yea.

Kudos gang. Kudos.

Forth Wanderers available April 27th.

They’re rep’ed by Sub Pop.

Buy [HERE]


May 03 – Washington, DC – Rock & Roll Hotel *
May 04 – Philadelphia, PA – First Unitarian Church *
May 05 – Brooklyn, NY – Market Hotel *
*w/ Hoops


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