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Saturday 16th November 2013

California's Future Of Forestry release third Christmas EP

SAN DIEGO based alternative rockers Future Of Forestry have released their third Christmas project. 'Advent Christmas EP Vol 3' is being released digitally and physically and features reinterpretations of carols like "Silent Night," "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring" and "Carol of the Bells". Said the band's lead singer Eric Owyoung, "I think what makes this album and these songs unique is that they were written so long ago, and so many people have sung them for so long, in so many different ways. Future of Forestry's perception and interpretation of these songs is just one notch in these song's belt, however because it is my interpretation, they are very special and close to me. The very nature of their generational span makes them unique and timeless. It was hard at times, though, to communicate the emotion or memory correctly, but I feel like these songs had a lot of success in creating and translating my own journey through them." CR

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