Hello Forever Release Video For “Anywhere Is Everywhere”

Art pop collective Hello Forever has announced their debut album Whatever It Is, out January 31st, 2020. From the album comes the group’s latest single and accompanying music video for “Anywhere Is Everywhere,” a track that capture’s Hello Forever’s essence, hinging on finger-snaps and a bedrock of barbershop quartet-style harmonies. CLICK HERE to watch the music video and CLICK HERE to check out Ones To Watch‘s premiere where they praise the track as “a true sonic gift from the gods.”  

Front man Samuel Joseph shares, “‘Anywhere is Everywhere’ is one of those magical songs that write themselves. I was visiting my mother, sitting in my childhood bedroom, and I was thinking about how much I love songs about the peculiar bits of life that fall in between. And then I thought ‘what about a song about going somewhere’ – and, boop, there it was five minutes later. It’s short and sweet. And in the end it turned out to be about being okay with yourself. Which can be really hard. Self-doubt can be crushingly powerful. We’re all working with it all the time. So I kind of like the idea of this song taking that on with a bit of joy and letting it sound easy for a moment.” He continues, “We’ve been making all the music videos, including this one, at the Hello Forever house, on our own with a couple good friends. We had some big paper around from a photo project, and we hauled it out into the yard and played around for a few hours. It was a major brine!”

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