The Brooklyn punk band THICK have returned with a new song called ‘Love You Forever’, their first new music since the release of their debut album, 2020’s 5 Years Behind. It’s also their “first honest love song,” according to the band, who originally wrote it as a gift for a friend’s wedding this past year. Listen to it below.
“It’s about unconditional love and getting through the hard times — knowing that love transcends all of life’s chapters,” THICK added. “The song is meant to encapsulate the idea of loving your partners, your friends, and most of all loving yourself.”
‘Love You Forever’ comes with a music video directed by Aimee Kuge and inspired by ’70s-era zombie films. “Instead of focusing on romantic love, we decided to go on a quest for self-love in this music video showing how transformative it can be,” THICK explained.