Some Things You Just Can't Let Go Of
Check out our brand new EP! Available now on all streaming platforms.
|Fria Moeras / Liana / Oliver Forest / Ariane Roy - Le Phoque OFF Ampli de Québec, Quebec City||Ampli de Québec, Quebec City|
|Oliver Forest Live with Special Guests The Record Breakers! Château du lac, Hudson||Château du lac, Hudson|
|E-Bola Musik Showcase: Sule, Oliver Forest & more B-side Lounge, Toronto||B-side Lounge, Toronto|
|Apéros FEQ 2019 District Saint-Joseph, Quebec City||District Saint-Joseph, Quebec City|
|Oliver Forest Chateau Du Lac, Hudson||Chateau Du Lac, Hudson|
|Oliver Forest @ Monarch Tavern Monarch Tavern, Toronto||Monarch Tavern, Toronto|
|Oliver Forest @ Bistro Ste-Cath Bistro Ste-Cath, Montreal||Bistro Ste-Cath, Montreal|
|Oliver Forest @ Balattou Club Balattou, Montreal||Club Balattou, Montreal|
|Oliver Forest @ Petit Campus Café Campus, Montreal||Café Campus, Montreal|
|Oliver Forest @ Maison 2109 Maison 2109, Montreal||Maison 2109, Montreal|
|Oliver Forest & Veronna Bootlegger l'Authentique, Montreal||Bootlegger l'Authentique, Montreal|
|Oliver Forest @ Pioneer bar Pioneer Bar, Pointe-Claire||Pioneer Bar, Pointe-Claire|
|Oliver Forest at Horseshoe Tavern Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto||Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto|
|Oliver Forest album launch party O' Patro Vys||O' Patro Vys|
|Oliver Forest - Montreal Rib Fest Pierrefonds||Pierrefonds|
|Oliver Forest @ Château Du Lac Château Du Lac, Hudson||Château Du Lac, Hudson|
|Oliver Forest @ Shave to Save Hudson Community Center, Hudson||Hudson Community Center, Hudson|
With an alternative mixture of folk, pop and rock, Oliver Forest is on its way to becoming an inevitable part of the Montreal indie music scene. Powerful melodies and a rich and unique sound conspire to create an energetic, spellbinding and heartwarming performance.
It all started in 2016, after having both studied at Dawson College, Josh Cunningham (Vocals/Guitar) and Megan Griffin (Vocals/Keyboard) brought their voices together and their first original compositions.
Not too long after, they were joined by Jon D’Ambrosio on lead guitar. Even more recently, Robin L'Houmeau has filled the gap on bass, solidifying the rhythmic and melodic backbone, and thus Oliver Forest was born. Together they create an intimate, melancholic tapestry of sound.
With the release of their new EP "Some Things You Just Can't Let Go Of", the band compiled a collection of three remastered tracks from their debut album and three new self produced songs. The group's first French single, "À fleur de peau", reflects the general feeling of being on the edge during these uncertain times. "Come Down Here'' delivers a message of self confidence and willpower. And finally, "Alleys", a dark yet hopeful song written about the pandemic lockdown.