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Dear Boy Announces Debut Album “Forever Sometimes”

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Los Angeles-based band Dear Boy will release their debut full-length album Forever Sometimes on Last Gang Records on On September 16 (pre-order).

The release is Dear Boy’s first collaboration with Dine Alone, and was produced by the band and mixed by Tony Hoffer (Air, Phoenix, M83). The record also features contributions from Day Wave, Hazel English, Rogue Wave, AFI & Ian Hultquist of Passion Pit.

Dear Boy is the torch bearer of lyric-forward guitar music and melody focused indie rock. The band crafts bittersweet songs inspired by late ’70s / early ’80s post-punk and early ’90s Britpop, seen through their unique modern lens.

The band has also shared the album’s title track and its accompanying video, which can be watched below. Dear Boy’s Ben Grey says, “‘Forever Sometimes’ deals with life after death, love after life and the complexity of what it means to leave something or someone behind. “

“This album and honestly, the band itself, is a study in ‘goodbyes,'” says Grey. “A lot of this record is about our shared time on Earth and the idea that for so many of us, love is truly the hereafter we’re looking for,” Grey continues. He adds, “The night sky isn’t any one person’s territory. There are answers up there for everybody.”

Forever Sometimes Track List
1. Evensong
2. (On My) Mind
3. Say When
4. Wet Clothes
5. Unbecoming
6. Swan Dives
7. Your Brother’s Room 
8. Forever Sometimes
9. Marrying For Love
10. The Nominee
11. Overjoy
12. Die
13. Heaven Moves



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