The Lonely Forest

Formed 2005
The Lonely Forest
The Lonely Forest

The Lonely Forest Biography (Wikipedia)

The Lonely Forest is an American indie rock band from Anacortes, Washington with two EP’s and four studio albums. In 2011 lead singer, John Van Deusen, was selected for Seattle Weekly’s best male vocalist award and the band appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The group went on indefinite hiatus in 2014.

The Lonely Forest was formed in 2005 and won EMP's under-21 Sound Off! competition. The band Lonely Forest released the album 'Arrows' in 2011 on ILG, Warner Music Group’s independent label.[citation needed]

The band played at Bonnaroo (2012), Sasquatch (2010, 2014), and Bumbershoot (2006, 2009, 2011, 2014). Their videos debuted on MTV, and they received support from the Seattle radio station KEXP. In August 2011 the song "We Sing in Time" was in the Number 1 spot for the People's Choice Countdown.

Regicide is the band's debut EP and was self-released in September 2006. It was produced by Jack Endino.

Nuclear Winter is the first full-length album by The Lonely Forest. It was released in August 2007 and produced by Sam Winston and the band.

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