Singer-songwriter and guitarist Forever Son (real name Jack Robbins) releases new single "Kevin's Street" - a melodic drive down the lane of memories. The Australian artist draws inspiration from Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Daniel Rossen and Fleet Foxes, while crafting his own harmonious, vivacious sound. The mild psychedelic influence in his debut album Ten Months also appears on "Kevin's Street" as a contemplative tone filled with longing for a simpler time.
My folks would always name stuff after whoever lived in the street or something that was there. "Kevin's Street" is about fight or flight, about striving for something even if you don't know what it is or if it's right.
The act of choosing how to perceive and live your life arrives inevitably, evoked by contrasting past dreams and present-day realisations. The solo towards the end intensifies the sincerity of the song.