Avalon Stone Is Trying To Forget You

The singer introduces herself — and her debut album Chained — with this fiery cut.

Avalon Stone recalls a nasty breakup in her debut single Forget You —  showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Ever had that sickly, sinking feeling you’re about to be played? That’s where Stone is coming from on her hard-rocking single — which also serves as a preview of what her forthcoming album Chained is all about. Heavy, grungy, and metal-tinged, Forget You takes us on a journey from that initial niggling feeling all the way to aftermath of the breakup, where Stone experiences both regret and steely resolve:

“Feel it burn
Want you to return
Now I’ll have to learn
To try to forget you.”

Entering the performance scene at the young age of 10, Stone was fronting her own band by 12. Her sound is deeply rooted in the gritty embrace of ’90s grunge like Alice In Chains, Cranberries and Nirvana, yet she rejuvenates the classic genre with a contemporary, sharp edge. The Kitchener artist’s soaring vocals resonate deep within, echoing long after the last note has played. Chained was produced by Juno-winning producer Kevin Dietz (Glorious Sons, JJ Wilde, Billy Talent).

Watch the lyric video for Forget You above, check out the track below, and meet up with Avalon Stone on her website, TikTok, Instagram and Facebook.


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