Los Angeles based duo Loud Forest craft vivacious indie pop with rock-dipped soundscapes. Their latest single "I Don't Want To Go Home" comes off their upcoming full length album Family Tree, set for release later this Spring.
"I Don't Want To Go Home" is a song dedicated to those who feel like they are misfits and don't fit into their families or society. The track was based on personal experiences by Bernard Chadwick who found freedom and acceptance when hanging out with his friends and away from an environment where he felt stifled as a teen, confiding, "the track is an anthem for those of us who didn't always feel like we belonged. The song is a confrontation of two emotions; one can be heard in the verses — it’s anger, anger for feeling trapped, controlled and hurt. The other emotion is a sparkling exuberance that can be heard on the choruses. There is a release and excitement that comes in finding your youthful identity with friends and freedom."
The single features layered vocals between the two members over hard-hitting electronic-drenched rock landscapes and bright synths. The duo have managed to create a song that screams defiance with an attention grabbing chorus sure to make any listener sing along.
Loud Forest is married musicians and songwriters Bernard and Rachel Chadwick who began releasing music in 2017. With a range of influences from Bob Dylan to Trey Sivan and Wilco, the two create genre-defying music that often centers around childhood experiences, family, love, loss and struggle.
Take a listen to "I Dont Want To Go Home" now and find that safe space for yourself to really feel free.
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