FORESTER ‘A RANGE OF LIGHT’ ON KYGO’S PALM TREE RECORDS

A Range of Light - Album by Forester | Spotify

[LOS ANGELES, CA | December 4, 2020] Today, indie electronic band Forester release their sophomore album, A Range of Light, on Palm Tree Records. The 13-track LP serves as a melting pot of sounds, encompassing mellow, ethereal productions like “Big Sur” and “4am Philosophy,” as well as synth-charged anthems like “All My Days” and previously-released single “We Found Home” featuring Kwesi

Stream or Download A Range of Light: https://lnk.to/AROL

A Range of Light, referring to the mountains of Northern California where most of the album was written, is a vibrant collection of stories turned to sound. The name also refers to the wide “range” of life experiences that shaped these songs. Strung together, the album tracks tell a story of being humbled by hardship and rising from the ashes to see life through a more beautiful lense.” – Forester on the album

Forester is an emerging indie electronic duo based in Los Angeles that blends acoustic instrumentation with electronic elements. The group, formed in 2019, is formed by Xander Carlson and David Parris who write, produce and sing. Their goal is to create music that creates a state of warmth for the listener, allowing for inspection and the desire to dance. In May 2020, they landed a major label deal with Palm Tree Records, a Sony Music joint venture co-founded by Kygo. With millions of streams already under their belt and an ethos that calls for an eyes-closed escape, Forester’s future is looking brighter than ever.

The duo were just made coverof Spotify’s Friday Cratediggers, which boasts 300K followers.

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