Fore Debuts New Single, ‘Repeated Subtraction,’ Companion Video

Independent punk super group Fore premiered its new single and video this week.

The band kicked off the weekend by premiering its new single, ‘Repeated Subtraction’ and its companion video. The song is the band’s first new music since the release of its single, ‘Today We Rise (No Tomorrow)’ in 2020. That song was featured in the band’s debut 2020 album, Hombres.

The musical arrangement featured in Fore’s new single will appeal just as much to audiences as the music in the band’s aforementioned debut album. That is due to its pure punk approach.

The lyrical theme that accompanies the band’s new song will appeal to punk purists just as much as the song’s musical arrangement. It is a socio-political commentary that takes on political, religious and other establisments while also commenting on the state of the world today.

The lyrical topic is illustrated in the video — filmed, directed, and edited by Matthias Kollek at Vault Video — through the use of imagery, such as Arlington Cemetery, footage of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, and footage related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Courtesy: Infecting Cells PR

Guitarist Taylor Nordberg had the following to say about the band’s new single and video: “We are so excited to begin the second chapter in Fore’s history! This tune gets pretty vicious, but it has an insanely catchy, and soothing vocal done by the ever-talented Brian “The Canadian Glenn Huges” Stephenson! He wrote some killer/clever lyrics, which are super relevant to today’s bizarre world we live in, and Matthias killed it on the visual end of things!”

More information on Fore’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:



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