Forth’s third and final single before the release of their upcoming album Captivity shows the band’s true colors. “On Top of the World” is a rock ‘n roll ode to the life of the undiscovered, under-appreciated, small-town rocker. It’s a joyous anthem about one night’s epic performance in a rundown tavern filled with drunkards and hooligans.
Forth’s first single from their upcoming album, the grunge-inspired “Black Angel”, debuted at #2 on Finnish national radio channel’s YLE Vegatoppen chart. Their follow up single, “Can’t Help Falling in Love” infused the Elvis classic with a powerful punk rock spirit. “Captivity” will be Forth’s second studio album, after their debut album “Road Stories” was critically well received, generating two charting singles in Finland.
Forth is an international band and the rockers draw on diverse influences including Neil Young, Queen, Nirvana and Megadeth. Forth is fronted by singer-songwriter, Brian Forth from Toronto, currently living in Finland as a “love refugee”. Brian joins his Finnish band mates Tim Norrgrann (lead guitar), Mikael Söderbäck (bass) and Eric Von Hertzen (drums) in this high-octane rock quartet.
Preorder -link for Captivity CD:
Inverse Store : https://bit.ly/2DQ0jYc
Record Shop X : https://bit.ly/2DSfNuI
Plastic Head (UK) : https://bit.ly/2tqtRHb
Sound Pollution (SWE) : https://bit.ly/2TVwcFE
Forth’s album, Captivity, is due to be released on March 1, 2019.