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Phoenix, Arizona, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2015 | SELF

Phoenix, Arizona, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2015
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"Foresteater – “Very Friendly People”"

Multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Mikey Pro formed his project Foresteater after he had a dream about “a band playing on an island in outer-space with electric rainbows everywhere.” Whatever works. The Phoenix, AZ-based artist describes his tunes as “melodramatic songs with psychedelic harmonies under catchy melodies.” That’s a fine way to describe his track “Very Friendly People”; hypnotic guitar riffs fondly of ’90s alt-rock kicks things off, with Pro assuming a spaced-out sort of vocal delivery that reminds of Greg Gilbert’s (The Delays) distinctive presence. The guitars possess a shimmering tonal quality, which combined with Pro’s vocal effervescence makes for a very bright-sounding piece of contagiousness — especially the massively resonating chorus that kicks into full gear at 01:41. This is an exhilarating showing from Mikey Pro, aka Foresteater.

Foresteater’s debut EP, Nightlife of the Exploding Heads, was released on May 6th. - Obscure Sound

"Track of the Day #852: Foresteater – Very Friendly People"

I don’t know what it’s been like where you are, but it’s only been a mere three days of actual heat in that sunshine here in Glasgow, Scotland. Everyone knows we’re mostly famous for being way beyond wet. So, with Spring 2016 finally in the air, what perfect way to celebrate than by popping Arizona, USA singer-songwriter Foresteater‘s ‘Very Friendly People’ on a loop, lounging in the garden/local park in the coolest pair of sunglasses you can find,with an ice cream in hand and soaking up as much vitamin D as possible – without burning to a crisp, obviously? It’s a super-sunny track with its bright pop melodies with an indie breeze throughout.

‘Very Friendly People’ is the lead single from an EP titled Nightlife of the Exploding Heads – which, in all honesty, isn’t a pleasant image – so finding this within it is a welcome surprise. I would strongly encourage you to enjoy this one while we have the sunny weather and much longed for heat. Shimmying along is optional, as is a cool cider from the fridge.

Nightlife of the Exploding Heads is available to buy now from iTunes. - God Is In The TV

"Foresteater’s New Single ‘Very Friendly People’ Is The Indie Pop Song You’ve Been Waiting For"

“Don’t hold your breath you’re turning blue.” The opening lyrics for Foresteater’s hot new jam “Very Friendly People” off their album Nightlife of the Exploding Heads.

Foresteater is the indie rock/pop band we’ve all been longing for. Reminiscent to Death Cab for Cutie, but with a friendlier, more upbeat vibe, this powerful up and coming band has those feel good vibes typically fostered within the indie rock/pop community.

Containing a medium-to-fast paced beat, “Very Friendly People” obtains a stellar guitar solo accompanied by visceral lyrics throughout the duration of their minutes and 50 seconds.

Foresteater’s “Very Friendly People” is, in my humble opinion, the song capable of pushing indie rock/pop over the mainstream edge. It’s fun, happy, sincere and cutting edge.

Enjoy this how new tune with your windows rolled down as you drive off towards the horizon with your only problem occurring when the song ends and you have to replay it.

Listen to Foresteater’s “Very Friendly People” below. - Tune Collective


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Foresteater is the moniker and band of Singer/Songwriter/Multi-Instrumentalist Mikey Pro from Phoenix, USA. Created in 2015 after a dream he had about "a band playing on an island in outer-space with electric rainbows everywhere" Foresteater's debut EP "Nightlife of the Exploding Heads" was released May 6th 2016 and soon after that a live band was formed.  Foresteater has been playing live shows around the west coast and plans on booking a US tour in the near future to spread the word.

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