Yekaterinburg, Russia’s Enemy of Soviets might not have been around for long, but they’re coming in hot with their first song, “Forever For You,” from their new album, Break My Doubts.
There’s something very vintage rock ‘n roll in the jangling sound of the guitar and the crashing drums, mixed with that all too indie rock sound that I love. I’ve never had any interest in the film industry, but if I were ever in charge of making a soundtrack, “Forever For You” would be on it. It just makes me happy, and the four-word phrase repeated in the chorus has the same effect:
“I’m forever for you,
I’m forever for you.”
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how the years go by and people break promises, even if they don’t mean to. It’s nice to hear those words – “I’m forever for you” – and believe them sometimes.