Posts Tagged ‘Forget Forgive’

November 16, 2017
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Forgiving and forgetting are two totally different things. As we’re all aware, you can forgive without being able to forget, particularly when something has been particularly traumatic. If there’s anything I’ll never forget, it’s the beauty of this spacey autumnal hymnal from Dutch singer songwriting project Someone, whom we’re previously familiar with as folk pop artist Tessa Rose Jackson. As Someone, she explores the rockier depths of pop with her austere and introspective song Forget Forgive, which is kind of like stripped down Wolf Alice meets intimate and honest Soak. The song is delicate and sparse, yet so powerfully haunting.  Someone says: “Forget Forgive is the most personal track I’ve written so far. It’s a really intimate lyric about battling some pretty nasty demons and, in overcoming them, figuring out the kind of person you want to be.” Her debut live performance under her new pseudonym is promised to be an electrifying multimedia affair at Amsterdam’s Cinetol on November 27th. You can also stream Someone’s music via Spotify, here.