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Forgetting The Future Live Show For Unheard Indie's Monster Indie Bangers

Scottish Indie-Rock Band, Forgetting The Future, Perform A Brilliant Live Show For Unheard Indie's Monster Indie Bangers In Liverpool City Centre

Forgetting The Future put on a belter of a show for Unheard Indie's Monster Indie Bangers Gig over the weekend!

Forgetting The Future are a 4 piece indie rock act from Thurso in the Scottish Highlands. The band consists of Robbie McNicol, Connor Wilson, Max Paul and Jamie Mackay. On Saturday the 1st of April they played their first gig in the Liverpool City Region at DISTRICT in The Baltic Triangle.

After listening to their collection of music a number of times, my favourite song is Bluetooth, which they are performing in the video at the top of this article. I also loved Inhaler which is just such a good jam, and when listening to Small Town Syndrome you can't help but feel the need to just move and nod your head. Lepricon, too — listen to it now please.

In essence, Forget The Future's music is such a great listen to at home, or at a bar, or for the soundtrack to your life, but there's just nothing like experiencing it live. Make sure you see them live.

The evening was packed with quality music from up-and-coming UK bands. Starring Wrexham's 4-piece band, Jonny Ash, alongside the Welshmen was be Manchester's 4-piece, Lyerr.

Accompanying on the line-up was Scottish Indie-Rock band, Forgetting The Future, as well as The Columbians. All taking place at DISTRICT in the heart of creativity, The Baltic Triangle.

You can follow Forgetting The Future on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, as well as get all the info on the band you could possibly need through their website, you can also listen to their banging tunes on Spotify alongside almost 7,500 other fans.


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