Still Forever

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Still Forever

Self taught producer and solo artist Still Forever debuted her performance of intimate, dark-wave electronica at Manchester’s Foundations Festival in 2018, and hasn’t stopped for long ever since with 2019 clocking up a healthy 15 shows across multiple cities, as well as an album and two single releases.
The sound of Still Forever is a continuous evolution, but can be broadly described as elements of eighties post-punk, electro-indie, synthesised soundscape and modern gothic intertwined beneath atmospheric, bipolar vocals.
2020 promises even more with several performances confirmed early on, plus more shows around the UK yet to announce, a second album scheduled for release in the first half of the year, work having begun on album three, and a few extra surprises planned for throughout the year.

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