Future of Forestry Album News

2012-07-04 by David Shephard | 3 Comments
California indie rockers Future of Forestry announced that their next full length album titled "Young Man
Follow" will release next Tuesday, July 10. This will be the band's first LP since 2007, with a slew of EPs in the
years between.

Album art: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?
fbid=10151002036834621&set=a.433739764620.232136.1 0998734620&type=3&theater

Video announcement: http://youtu.be/P_FXocsQzHo

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SadAndHolyGlow
July 4th 2012
1612 Comments


Finally! This band is so underappreciated and I hope that they rise up big time with this next release.

Eko
July 4th 2012
2119 Comments


Only one week to wait yes. These guys are silent on the web.

skoopy48
July 4th 2012
1850 Comments


Awesome, these guys and sleeping at last are my favorite indie bands



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