The Forgotten Brother's debut album


I'm happy to announce The Forgotten Brother's debut album, Childhood.

These are songs I made throughout 2019 and they, for the most part, have something to do with my childhood. 

Let me explain by going through the tracklist: 

  1. Home - home is where you begin your childhood, so yeah. 
  2. Respect Each Other - this song samples a quote from Remember The Titans, one of my favorite childhood movies.
  3. Tonee Hock - I played a ridiculous amount of Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 growing up.
  4. Can't Sit Down - oh, to have the energy of a child where you literally can't stay in one place for too long.
  5. The Space Between You And Me - I would get homesick a lot, so maybe this title is from my subconscious.
  6. Speak My Language - language (y'know, speaking) didn't really come naturally to me when I was younger.
  7. As A Kid - the ending quote ("As a kid, I always wanted to be a cop") represents the big dreams we all have as children.
  8. 1999 - the year I was 9.
  9. From Long Ago - I wrote this melody/arrangement when I was just getting into music (and I'm glad I held onto it).
  10. Can We Still Be Friends? - the childhood hierarchy or friends was the most stressful thing back then.

I hope you enjoy this! I sure enjoyed making it. 

 

 

Take care,

Caleb


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