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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Sydney-based surf band Forest Hall release new single and music video “Broke Forever”

Sydney-based surf band Forest Hall recently released their new single and music video “Broke Forever”. This is the first offering from the bands sophomore EP. Broke Forever serves as an anthem for the youth with relatable lyrics and themes. Written in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, it’s quite easy to feel the bands character and drive behind the release.

We’re hoping people enjoy the song sonically and can relate to the lyrics, being young and broke but still managing a fun time. We want to transport people to a 1960’s garage near the beach.”




Having been compared to heavy weights such as Wavves & Queens of The Stone Age, the band is most favoured for their punchy, lo-fi garage rock vibes and were finalist in Hhhhappy Magazines “Needle in the Hay” during 2017. The single is also accompanied by a music video that stars Australian internet sensation and comedian Freindlyjordies who undertakes various activities of youthly nature which ties into the theme of the song itself.  




After playing the local Sydney circuit for some time and gearing up to release their Sophomore EP, Forest Hall are a promising collective to keep your eyes on.