If you love nostalgic, 90’s-inspired electronic music, you need to listen to SHERPA‘s recently released single “Fornever”. The Copenhagen-based duo, consisting of Carsten Sherpa and Tore Nissen, has always given us something worth to share and that naturally includes this brand-new track.
“Fornever” is a gem built around the unusual and extensive synths. From the beginning, SHERPA’s song summons emotional ghosts both lyrically and musically. The song is going to hook you in immediately, because of its mysterious outflow and very-contemporary tones.
“The idea for the song came from a late night in the studio where Tore recorded the pulsating synth you can hear in the song. The focal point in the song is that every moment is temporary – before you know of it, it is gone. In the movie “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape?” two young people sit and watch the sunset. In the scene, the girl says to the boy: “That’s what’s wild about the sunset. It’ll just change really, really slowly in front of your eyes.” This scene inspired the lyrics to “Fornever” that is a reminder of how things will perish. Love and life are momentary. It will never be forever.” – as SHERPA rightly describe their song.
It’s a really well-crafted gem! It undoubtedly deserves your press play on it.