Feed Them To The Forest – ‘Six Seasons and A Movie’ Single Review.

Feed Them To The Forest – York, England, United Kingdom.

And it’s only false we cant believe it.’


Photo credit – Old Cardinal Photography – Click Here.

Are the York founded Feed Them To The Forest what the UK Pop-Punk and Alternative Rock scenes need? Quite possibly.

Releasing music since June 2015, the band have their debut EP and two singles to date, with ‘Six Seasons and A Movie’ standing as the most recent in what looks like a slow but steady build up to a release.

Sonically speaking, a penchant for the harder and more driven side of contemporary Pop-Punk, Emo and Pop-Rock is evident. Crunching riffs, two-part harmonies and far reaching vocal melodies are rife within the band’s sound with their own take on UK Pop-Punk standing just enough apart from the rest.


Lyrically speaking, a troubled relationship and love loss are sat atop of a track with so many hooks you haven’t actually been able to move for some time now as you are hitting play repeatedly.

Much like their other material, ‘Six Seasons and A Movie’ channels a Pop-Punk foundation with Pop-Rock sensibilities and a slight edge that indicates the band have been listening to 90’s Punk on occasion. They actually remind me of a band we featured last year from Long Island, New York named, The Nightmare Police, a review of which will be linked at the end.

You can easily see Feed Them To The Forest on multiple bills with more Pop-Punk focussed acts as well as the more Alternative or Indie orientated and with this stronger sound presented with this and the previous single (Click Here) the eventual follow up release may well be something you want to hold out for.

Finally as obviously infectious as this track is, I find myself drawn to it particularly because I can hear the heavier tendencies, but more so because the distinct English accented vocals in their interplay and harmonies are, to be blunt, incredible.

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Matthew Speer

Matt has 2.1 BA in History and is most likely somewhere in his twenties. He enjoys a wide range of music, but has a strong penchant for Punk-Rock. Originally he hails from the Isle Of Wight off the South Coast of England, UK and spends most of his time around England's South-West.

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