THE LONELY FOREST’S “WE SING IN TIME” MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERES TODAY ON MTV NEW ALBUM ARROWS RELEASED TO CRITICAL ACCLAIM

THE LONELY FOREST’S “WE SING IN TIME” MUSIC VIDEO PREMIERES TODAY ON MTV NEW ALBUM ARROWS RELEASED TO CRITICAL ACCLAIM

ON TOUR NOW WITH THE JOY FORMIDABLE; DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE TOUR DATES THIS SPRING

“Anthemic, poppy earnestness…a sound that’s both playful and
emotionally gripping.”-NPR Music

The Lonely Forest’s new music video for the song “We Sing In Time” premieres today on MTVU as part of their Indie Music Month. The video, which MTV’s Buzzworthy Blog calls “a powerful, visually striking work that’ll scare and sadden,” can be viewed here.

Arrows, whichis out now on Trans Records, was Top 10 most added at CMJ upon its release last week and debuted on FMQB’s Alternative Specialty Chart. Following several well-attended performances at South By Southwest, an appearance on Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit” and early critical praise, the band embarks on an extensive North American tour supporting The Joy Formidable this week. In addition, The Lonely Forest will join Death Cab For Cutie as direct support on their “Underplay” tour in May and June, including the Bowery Ballroom in New York City and El Rey in Los Angeles. Please see below for dates.

NYLON praises the album saying, “We are in love with The Lonely Forest. Listen to them now!” and Alternative Press calls Arrows “the band’s most self-assured album yet.” Teen Vogue describes the album as, “The perfect soundtrack for your next road trip. The songs are meant to be played you’re your windows down, stereo up.” Meanwhile, NPR’s “Song of the Day” hails the band’s previous single, saying “‘Turn Off This Song’ serves as a catchy call to arms, not to mention one of the best and most honest slices of pop music around.”

Stream the album now at MSN Music: Arrows Listening Booth

The Lonely Forest’s new song “Coyote” is available now as a free download: “Coyote”

Trans Records is the new label headed by Chris Walla, guitarist and producer for Grammy-nominated rock band Death Cab for Cutie, who found The Lonely Forest’s music so compelling he made the band his label’s very first signing. Walla produced and engineered Arrowsat Sound City studio in Los Angeles, Tiny Telephone in San Francisco and his own, Portland-based studio, Alberta Court. He also mixed three tracks-“Be Everything,” “Turn Off This Song And Go Outside” and “I Don’t Want To Live There.” The balance of the album was mixed by John Goodmanson (Girls, Nada Surf, Weezer).

“The Lonely Forest proves to me,” says Walla, “In a time full of throwbacks and references and meta-references, that nothing can beat a focused, bulletproof guitar rock band with amazing songs. I didn’t start a label for nothing.”

From the outset The Lonely Forest-singer/guitarist/keyboardist John Van Deusen, guitarist Tony Ruland, drummer Braydn Krueger and bassist Eric Sturgeon- has been about inclusion. Having made their mark as a regional favorite with three prior records, the band never imagined a swift and organic rise to national distinction.

THE LONELY FOREST TOUR DATES

w/ The Joy Formidable:
March 29 Allston, MA Brighton Music Hall
March 30 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda’s
April 1 Harrisburg, PA The Abbey Bar
April 2 Toronto, ON The Horseshoe Tavern
April 4 Columbus, OH The Basement
April 5 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall
April 6 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
April 8 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge
April 9 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court
April 11 Portland, OR Mississippi Studios
April 12 Seattle, WA Crocodile Café
April 14 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill
April 16 Costa Mesa, CA (HEADLINE) Detroit Bar
April 17 San Diego, CA (w/ YUCK) UCSD-The Loft
April 19 Phoenix, AZ Rhythm Room
April 20 Albuquerque, NM Launch Pad
April 22 St. Louis, MO Luminary Center for the Arts
April 23 Kansas City, MO The Riot Room
April 26 Cleveland, OH The Grog Shop
April 27 Pittsburgh, PA The Smiling Moose
April 29 New York, NY Webster Hall

w/ Death Cab for Cutie:
May 18 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
May 20 Chicago, IL Metro
May 21 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
June 1 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
June 3 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
June 4 Philadelphia, PA Trocadero
June 5 Boston, MA Paradise
June 7 Los Angeles, CA El Rey Theatre
June 9 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore

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