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June 28, 2010 by  

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I AM FOREVER release ‘The Tragic Tale Of Jonny Pumpkinhead’ mini-album on July 12.

Forged in the otherwise tranquil countryside of England’s picturesque South West, I Am Forever have quickly established themselves as a seriously exciting proposition. With a sound that spans emotive soundscapes and serpentine melody, the Glastonbury based quartet deal in a raw and potent blend of rock, pop and punk.

And a stint with in demand producer Jason Wilcock (Fightstar, We Are The Ocean, Senser etc) has resulted in a stunning five track mini-album entitled ‘The Tragic Tale Of Jonny Pumpkinhead’.

From the delicate build and explosive release of ‘Misery Loves Company’ to the punky groove of ‘Only Stars Can See’ it’s a mature and exhilarating ride.

Employing an enviable work ethic, the band have toured constantly since their formation in 2007. Indeed, they have already ‘trod the boards’ with a gargantuan list of artists… Kasabian, Madina Lake, Massive Attack, Attack! Attack!, Twin Atlantic, Reverend & The Makers, Tonight Is Goodbye, Second Smile, Futures, Enjoy Destroy, Flood Of Red… the list goes on and on! Added to which, they have also managed successful slots at both the Glastonbury and Guilfest festivals.

And the band have no intention of letting up any time soon. Indeed they hit the road with Mimi Soya in June to start the ball rolling on promotion for ‘The Tragic Tale Of Jonny Pumpkinhead’.

‘The Tragic Tale Of Jonny Pumpkinhead’ will also be released in a limited edition format packaged inside a hard backed book, alongside a 28page graphic novel!

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LUCAS GULLIFORD (25) – Vocals / Guitar
STEFANO FAUCEGLIA (24) – Guitar / Vocals
TOM LAMBERT (24)– Bass Guitar
SAM BOARD (23) – Drums / Samples






 

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