Photo credit: Reforester (L-R): Steve Hefter, Chris Laun, Austin Stahl. Courtesy of Reforester.
Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Reforester’s song “End of the Day” from their forthcoming EP Perpetuity. Perpetuity is Steve Hefter on vocals, guitar, piano, and keyboards; Chris Laun on vocals, bass, and guitar Austin Stahl on vocals, drums, and guitar. It was recorded and mixed by Chris Freeland at Beat Babies; mastered by Mat Leffler-Schulman at Mobtown Studios; and features cover artwork design by Austin Stahl using “Ouroboros: a Temporary Interruption” by Matt Bovie.
With exquisite harmonies blending with the guitar strings, Reforester wriggles right into your mind. The passage of time is all too real and this is a reminder.
I wanted to write something happy because I don’t usually and I thought it’d be a good challenge and ended up failing miserably. What I had envisioned as a song about the day to day joys of being a Dad and raising a family turned into a song about not being able to avoid my own mortality and the march of time. (Having kids is a wonderful experience but one downside is you have a constant visual reminder that our time is finite. — Chris Laun, Reforester
Order their music here: http://www.reforester.bandcamp.com