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Forever Still – Rew1nd (Music Video) with album announcement

Danish alternative metal/modern rock outfit Forever Still is back with a brand new music video for the song “Rew1nd”. Meanwhile Nuclear Blast Records announced the release of the Danish band’s second full length album. Read more below.

Forever Still already revealed some info about their new release hidden in binary code language via social media on January 4. The band’s second LP – that will contain 10 new songs and 2 bonus tracks – will be released on March 29th via Nuclear Blast. The record will be available in the form of a jewelcase CD and digitally.

01. Rewind
02. Fight!
03. Breathe In Colours
04. Is It Gone?
05. Survive
06. Do Your Worst
07. Pieces
08. Rising Over You
09. Say Your Goodbyes
10. Embrace The Tide
Bonus tracks:
11. Is It Gone? (Acoustic Version)
12. Perfect Day

Even though the album’s theme is futuristic and dystopian, the lyrics are still personal. Lead singer Maja Shining explains: “Instead of looking in, we turned our focus to the world and saw it in a state of change. It somehow reminded us of the dystopian cyberpunk future, we’d seen in books and movies when we were kids, where megacorporations own our governments, the world is on the verge of ecological collapse and humanity is fleeing into cyberspace building walls around themselves and closing their eyes to the horrors of the real world. This, and the fact that two of the most influential cyberpunk works of all time, Blade Runner and Akira, are set in 2019, is what gave us the initial idea for the album and its more electronic and raw sound.”

forever still breathe cover

Maja also explained the meaning behind the cover artwork, which was designed by herself: “At first glance the cover art appears quite dark and gloomy, but in reality it’s bursting with colour. Just like the real world – sometimes we just have to look really closely to actually see it. The many numbers behind me represent all the colours in the world in binary code – more commonly known as ‘computer language’ and is at the same time a reference to the world becoming so digital and people escaping into their computers to find colours instead of living in the real world and finding them there.”

Watch the video for “Rew1nd” below.