Forget Me In Vegas Drops Debut EP... For Free!
Written by YH STAFF
When we first introduced you to the guys of Forget Me In Vegas over the summer, they were hard at work (or play) on their first tour together as a band while recording their debut album. With their album complete right in the midst of the holiday season, Forget Me In Vegas is giving the gift of music! Their debut EP, Get Gone, Stay Gone, is now available for your listening pleasure for free online!
Made up of vocalist Christ Wurzburg, Kevin Harrington and Jamie Okrzynski on guitar, Mike Russo on bass, and Kyle Vorbach on the drums, these guys have been getting their name out there, successfully gathering a loyal fan base, and touring with groups like Cute Is What We Aim For. Although stemming from different musical backgrounds, one of the most admirable qualities of the band is their cohesive sound, as if it was simply meant to be.
Influenced by girls, partying, and just living life, FMIV's freshman album, produced by Steve Sopchak, is a musical journey of allusion with lyrics that bring out those universal feelings, to create an album that will surely be played all over the world. As a sucker for a good love song, the single “Drive All Night” is a testament to the feelings one has when they are in love, saying “My heart is heavy and my legs are weak ... Stay with me, we can be happily happy for a long time ... I could drive all night with the love of my life on the passenger side.” If that song doesn’t make you wanna go out and find love just to buy them “the whole damn flower shop”, then maybe you would be more partial to their song “Fall In Like” -- there is something for everyone!
Take a listen to "Drive All Night" right now to see what we're talking about:
Wanting their album to be available to all of their fans who have been so supportive and have contributed to their success, making it free is just a great way to say Thank You! So get your copy now and spread the word about this talented group of musicians who we certainly hope do not "get gone" or "stay gone"!
The guys are in direct contact with fans, so stay connected and check out what the guys are up to via Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace.
- Kellyé West, YH Staff