The Forever Now’s Laurin Austin and Montgomery de Luna have evolved as artists due to their ongoing DIY attitude, talent improvement, and personal development. Artists from Copenhagen, Canada, and the Philippines aren’t afraid to blend genres to produce the perfect song for their audience. They are notable for their genre-defying, bizarre music. The words of this brand-new song, “Lover’s City,” starring Trine Lyngvig, were crafted to create a cinematic experience, and it was published on August 12, 2022.
“Lover’s City” is one of those songs that makes you feel nostalgic when you hear it because it is so lovely. Because it blends numerous genres with an original indie rock sound palette, you get to hear a song that is skilfully woven artistically, making the song as muted as you hear it without a doubt.
This song will surely strike a chord with almost everyone who hears it because of the vulnerability that comes with losing and or letting go of someone you were in contact with. Montgomery de Luna utilizes the metaphor of how some people board trains while others do not express how she felt when composing this song, which portrays the act of losing someone too soon. “Lover’s City,” tells a wonderful narrative about the realities of losing people richly.
With the song’s soothing and modest arrangement, “Lover’s City” opens with soaring strings and an instant cinematic aspect that makes it lovely and haunting. The pair has done an excellent job of expressing the varied feelings we experience when listening to the music, which intrigues me and, in my opinion, is what makes the song so unique.
The song, which asks the listener if they are on the train or still waiting at the station, has a stronger narrative framework, is inspired by indie folk music, and emphasizes vocal harmonies.
Listen to “Lover’s City” by The Forever Now on Spotify and SoundCloud and let us know what you think. Cheers!