Chicago based band-of-brothers Saving Forever have just released their debut single “Twenty 1” through Epic Records.
Saving Forever is comprised of 13-year-old Khaden Harris (lead vocals & guitar), 15-year-old Kye Harris (bass & vocals) and 16-year-old Kavah Harris (guitar & vocals). Despite being younger than most of the other bands in the scene, these guys already know who they are and what identity they want to project to the music world.
Introduced to a wide variety of bands through their PlayStation video game console (Ozzy Osbourne, Twenty One Pilots, etc.), the brothers taught themselves how to play their instruments in their living room before cutting a demo that caught the eye of Epic Records, leading to a record deal before the boys even finished high school. Now they’re hard at work on a debut EP that they expect to release “very soon.”
While you’re waiting for their debut EP, you can check out their debut single “Twenty 1” below. The track is a solid blend of modern pop, hip-hop, classic rock riffs and groovy funk swagger that has a pop-rock sound reminiscent of Paramore or Fall Out Boy.
Listen and buy “Twenty 1”:
iTunes | Apple Music | Spotify | Google Play | Amazon
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