A symbolization of purity and new beginnings, pop/rock band The Ones You Forgot are cleverly branding themselves with daisies. Their first single in two years, “Something For Me” (released July 22nd), represents a refreshing era of growth and self-love, while still maintaining the band’s familiar energy and zest. The track progresses in a personal and commanding fashion, delving into ambitious vocal melodies, pop maturity, and bold emo elements. 


Formed in 2014, the New-Jersey based quintet is no stranger to the stage, opening for national touring acts such as Sleeping With Sirens, Four Year Strong, Grayscale, among others. Upon their inception, the band pulled inspiration from their peers, including State Champs and We Are The In Crowd, to cultivate a sonic diversity in their music. After being selected to play at the 25th Anniversary of the Vans Warped Tour in summer 2019, The Ones You Forgot continued to cement their brand, embracing the personability of Twitch and heavily engaging with fans through regular online streaming. The release of “Something For Me” represents a triumph, as the band roots themselves in a hook-studded, punky power-pop style. Vivacious, bouncy, and full of insight, The Ones You Forgot have their finger directly on the pulse.  


Jenna Bruno - Vocals

Matthew Thompson - Guitar

Ferdinand Benauro - Guitar

Justin Rodman - Drums

Lance Nelson - Bass