Internet Forever's new single, Break Bones, is taken from their self-titled debut album, which will be released in February 2012 through Tape Alarm Records. When you pre-order the album, you will also get a tshirt, hrtbps' photography zine and a CDR of rarities and demos. The single is available to download via the bands website.
Internet Forever formed in the comments section of an unknown blog back in 2008. They are: Laura Wolf; hrtbps and christopher alcxxk. Their debut single, Cover The Walls, was released in 2009 and they soon gained support from Radio 1 and NME. They worked on their debut album with producers James Rutledge (MGMT; Radiohead; Telepathe; The Kills; Fever Ray) and Dreamtrak (T3ETH; Chicks on Speed; Foals).
They have performed with Los Campesinos!; Johnny Foreigner and Crocodiles in recent years.
The video for Break Bones was directed by Tom Blyth and mixes trippy animation with the heavily made up faces of Internet Forever, who perform under a variety of brightly coloured spotlights.
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