Forever May Fall are a band from Charlotte, North Carolina, who've been around since 2017, but have used 2022 as an opportunity to reintroduce themselves to the world with a fresh sound and a re-energized approach. After dropping two singles throughout the first half of the year, "Aftermath" and "You," the group led by frontwoman Jillyan Brennan are back today (August 12th) with another new banger called "Undertow."
Bands like Evanescence, Halestorm and Linkin Park definitely come to mind as similar reference points, but Forever May Fall are definitely putting their own spin on that type of heavy, anthemic rock with a song like "Undertow." We're stoked to be premiering the music video above, which features all sorts of glitchy effects and dramatic scenes that amplify the track's urgent lyrics.
Watch above via YouTube.
"No two songs sound exactly alike," Jillyan Brennan said of their latest run of singles. "We have our sound on it for sure, but everyone we've been blessed to work with has added their own bit of finesse to each track. To me, that makes each release more exciting. This is our rebirth."