A few months ago we had the pleasure of introducing Forester with their debut song “Spark” that I’ve had on high rotation ever since. The duo comprised of LA natives Xander Carlson and David Parris met when they were just 16 at a party, and the rest is history. They’ve since developed a signature sound that’s being put on full display on their debut album Kerosene, due tomorrow.
“We wrote the album when we were both on summer break from college. Xander was living in the bitter cold in Providence, RI while I was in the small town of Chico. We were hungry for the warm, open spaces of the Southern California mountain ranges where we grew up. The clash between city and nature was a prominent theme in our lives at the time and is the main source of inspiration for this album.” – David from Forester
Today we’re happy to be premiering one last song “I-95” ahead of the full project, and it picks up right where “Spark” left off. The duo has found beauty in the collision between synthetic and natural sounds, inspired by their time spent between city and nature settings. They have a vibrant indie electronic sound that’s really coming together nicely on this project so be sure to check out the full album tomorrow and enjoy!