FOREVER STILL Explain The Album Title And Artwork In New Album Trailer

Only eight more days to go until FOREVER STILL unleash their sophomore full-length release »Breathe In Colours«. For this record, Denmark’s highflyers have adapted a dark musical concept, inspired by a dystopian cyberpunk future in which humanity flees into cyberspace, and the fact that some of the biggest works in that genre, Blade Runner and Akira, are set in 2019.

After recently explaining the lyrical themes of the album which centre mostly around inner and outer wars and the need to overcome struggles and self-doubts, singer Maja now speaks about the album title »Breathe In Colours« which was inspired by an early memory that she kept with her from her teenage years. Furthermore she sheds light upon the binary code language hidden on the album cover – learn more in this fourth album trailer:

Recently, the do-it-yourself band presented the third single of their new release; the capturing power ballad ‘Is It Gone?’.

“The overarching thought behind ‘Is It Gone?’ can be summed up in the chorus line saying “it’s only gone if I let it go”, which is something I think a lot of people can relate to”, Maja explains. “We hold onto all these negative things and thoughts, some that might never even happen. I remember reading one time that 85% of things we worry about never come true. That’s a lot of trouble for no reason at all. Sometimes you just need to let it go and stop obsessing over things that are out of your control.”

Check out the music video here:

Stream or download ‘Is It Gone?’ via this link:
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In case you missed the first videos, make sure to watch them here:

Pre-order your physical or digital version of FOREVER STILL‘s sophomore album here.

Forever Still - Breathe In Colours
»Breathe In Colours« tracklist:
1. Rewind
2. Fight!
3. Breathe In Colours
4. Is It Gone?
5. Survive
6. Do Your Worst
7. Pieces
8. Rising Over You
9. Say Your Goodbyes
10. Embrace The Tide
11. Is It Gone? (Acoustic Version)
12. Perfect Day

Trailer #1 – about the album concept:

Trailer #2 – theremins and rough, electronic sound:

Trailer #3 – about the lyrics: