The Foresters

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New Haven indie pop youths The Foresters have announced their new record House Stories and have shared the first single “The Tenement Sweep.”

A natural follow up to the the band’s 2015 debut, House Stories takes the eclectic indie pop sounds of Sun Songs and creates a more coherent sonic experience.  While the previous album was recorded in three different studios across three different states by two different producers, the new album was recorded entirely in the band’s home studio and was mixed by Floyd Kellogg (of You Scream I Scream and Violent Mae).


The Foresters on WESU - CMJ - 12/11/2015

Sun Songs by The Foresters
Choppy and abrupt, the Foresters are catchy in a fantastic way. Upon some scrounging around the band’s Facebook, it’s tough to tell just how old these seemingly very young men are, but their music leads one to believe they could pass for well-seasoned musicians who have been playing clubs for a while. Don’t miss “Machines” and “Swan Jeremy” when you give this a first listen.


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Foresters Find Their Way – New Haven Independent – 7/30/2015

His guitar at his waist, Evan Nork grinned out into the audience, edging towards the microphone in front of him. “How’s everyone doing tonight?” he asked.

A few whoops rose from the back of the audience, where Nork’s friend “Batman Kevin” sat nodding avidly, disguised behind a Halloween mask.

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The Foresters CD Release Show @ Lyric Hall, 7/18/15 – Neat Beet – 7/29/2015

The local scene in Connecticut seems to be stronger than ever and I’m very pleased to present some of my first ever coverage of exclusively homegrown CT artists here on Neat Beet. Last weekend, I took a trip to Lyric Hall in New Haven to catch up with some familiar faces and witness some fresh tunes at The Foresters debut album release party.

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The Foresters – Sun Songs – Music Box Pete  7/24/2015
New Haven, CT based indie rock outfit The Foresters have arrived with their all new studio release titled Sun Songs. The 8 song collection is a deep, raw collection of tunes that show the bands' progression into young adults and into a collective that is capable of transmitting their emotional output to an open and willing audience.

Meet – The Foresters – 50thirdand3rd – 7/22/2015
Today we meet – The Foresters. They have to be the youngest group we have ever covered here at 50thirdand3rd. Ranging from 13 to 17, their sound will amaze you, in all seriousness I would guess they were all in their mid 20’s. You can pick up on some influences from some great Indie rockers but the overall sound is distinctively their own.

Album Premiere: Sun Songs, by The Foresters – The Deli Magazine – 7/21/2015
Last month, I had the pleasure of reviewing The Foresters' latest single, "Machines." This month, I have the greater pleasure of premiering their album,Sun Songs. The record, released through Dord Music Group, reveals a wide array of 90s rock influences - Built to Spill being the strongest comparison that comes to mind. 
Scribblers Music Review – Scribblers.us – 7/8/2015

The Foresters, “Swan Jeremy.” The Foresters have a brand new album, Sun Songs, out this month, and all of it is good. But I want to concentrate on this single song, as it’s been my binge-listen for the past few days and I keep playing it over and over and over.

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Love at First Listen… The Foresters – Indie Habit – 6/22/2015

It is so rare that I start a playlist of an artist for the first time and immediately decide I love it. I’m impulsive in many other areas of life, but not when it comes to music. It never fails that when that feeling hits me, it turns out to be true and The Foresters delivered.

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The Foresters (CT) Release New Single: "Machines" – The Deli Magazine – 6/16/2015

Today, Bethany, CT's (yes, I had to look it up on Google Maps too) The Foresters released their latest single, "Machines", off of their upcoming record Sun Songs. The track starts off with a guitar riff reminiscent of Queens of the Stone Age, before launching into more of a dance-rock tune for the remainder of the song.

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New Haven, CT based indie rockers The Foresters are gearing for the release of their full-length debut album 'Sun Songs' with the release of their brand new single "Machines". The song has a peppy, upbeat vibe with infectious guitar licks and frontman Evan Nork's incredible vocals bringing a world of musical delights and indelible energy right to your ears.

We've long been following this band, the three brothers from Connecticut were founded in 2010 when they were eleven, nine, and seven, When they made their debut in 2013 at the Couch by Couchwest Festival, the staff appropriated them as their own and they lit up the festival as attendees far and wide sung their praise. 

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Lonesome Song: “Afternoon” by The Foresters – Lonesome Noise – 6/15/2015
The Foresters are a rather unique band in the Connecticut landscape: not only are they too young to drink, they are too young to drive. But, boy, thank goodness there is no age limit on writing songs. The three brothers (Evan – guitar and lead vocals; Hayden – bass, vocals; and Liam – drums) are releasing their third album, Sun Songs, later this summer.

Based out of New Haven, CT The Foresters are gearing up for the forthcoming release of their new album Sun Songs with a re-release of their single, "Afternoon". Check out the vid for the song directly above, shot at a home near Branford, CT that was designed by the famous Yale architect Tom Luckey who constructed the house around a massive boulder.

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“Afternoon” by The Foresters, Song Review – Music Unlabeled – 5/25/2015
“Afternoon” by the Foresters is the first single off of Sun Songs, dropping this summer. The track has a definite folksy sound to it, and is driven by a single melody that can be heard in all of the different elements of the song, from the percussion to the synthesizer. But even with a single melody leading the way throughout “Afternoon,” you can still hear the same unique sounds that gave The Foresters their fame.