With the groove of ’70s soul, the bite of southern blues, and the coolness of alternative rock, The Forest View Movement evoke a unique sound through their reimagined take on these genres. The New Jersey-based band stopped by The Music Room this week for a live performance in the WVUD lounge and spoke to Liz about their new music, their touring experience, and their inspirations.
The Forest View Movement’s unique sound comes from both the musical creativity of its members and their strong belief in collaboration. For vocalist and guitarist Zack Treusch, drummer Anthony Drzal, saxophonist Justin Drzal, and bassist Joe Reader, songwriting comes naturally when bandmates double as best friends. “Friends is, like, an understatement,” Justin explained. “It’s more like family at this point.”
Check out the link below to hear The Forest View Movement’s live performance and interview in the WVUD lounge.
Listen to the Interview
The Forest View Movement, recorded live November 3, 2017.
|The Forest View Movement||Life on the Road||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
|The Forest View Movement||Won’t Stray||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
|The Forest View Movement||Long Run||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
|The Forest View Movement||The Queen||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
|The Forest View Movement||Use Me (Bill Withers cover)||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
|The Forest View Movement||Pretty Child||WVUD Session, November 3, 2017|
Liz Webb: Producer, Host, Audio Editor, Web Page Author
Richard Gordon: Producer, Audio Engineer
Katie Mazur: Production Assistant, Videographer