Saving Forever – Memories
Saving Forever – Memories
Established on the South Side of Chicago when they were not yet teens, Saving Forever feature the geniuses of vocalist and multi-instrumentalist brothers Khaden Harris, Kye Harris, and Kavah Harris. Encouraged by their dad to make music at a young age; the brothers started out taking classical piano studies with their grandma. Over time, they honed their guitar, bass, and vocal skills. They initially performed inspirational gospel music at church; however, motivated by an array of influences from Prince and Queen to Bruno Mars and Fall Out Boy, they quickly graduated to creating their own rock-oriented work. The band’s three-song demo eventually got the attention of veteran producer L.A. Reid, who signed them to Epic Records. They dropped their first single, “Million Ways,” in 2017.
Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based sibling pop outfit Saving Forever comes up with an extraordinary sound and style that one cannot listen once without the zeal to listen repeatedly to their remarkable song and watch the stunning music video entitled ‘Memories’. – Broadtube Music Channel
The threesome’s unique style can be termed as a genre-bending dance-rock. Their latest single ‘Memories’, produced by Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump, capitalises on their newfound confidence for engaging songwriting, taking hints from the likes of Imagine Dragons. The music video delivers a broad and thunderous new release that hits… It’s powerful, and everything a pop-rock music video should be. The trio stand hard on this new single, with the track and video proving to be one of their most notable new cuts to date.
Having spent the last year releasing bold and anthemic dance-rock songs such as ‘Twenty 1’, ‘Million Ways’ and the Kodie Shane collaboration ‘Always In My Mind’, the three Chicago-born, LA-based brothers Saving Forever now seek to cement themselves the next big pop-rock outfit with the release of their latest song ‘Memories’.
Saving Forever are a notable passion project for legendary musician Randy Jackson. Having honed their sound into a captivating sonic onslaught of high-energy guitars and thunderous production, their latest material gives them a head-turning edge that needs to be discovered.
Elaborating on the new song, the band explained:
“Our new track is about being young and adventurous… It’s about doing things you’re not supposed to be doing and going a bit crazy. We hope the song functions as a reminder to capture the moments when you’re in them and to always live in the now”.