Shadowbanned have released their newest single, “If I Forget Your Face, Love,” a track lifted from their new album, The Two Towers. The track features Molly Johnston on vocals and emphasizes a warming singer-songwriter/folk sound.

The track takes inspiration from frontman Chris Sizemore’s Nashville upbringing, also reflecting on how the city has surged in popularity due to music/culture.

Shadowbanned consist of producer/songwriter Chris Sizemore, joined by an ever-evolving cast of soulful vocalists and musicians from all across the world. Sizemore, a native of Nashville, USA, and now an ex-pat near Manchester, UK, was previously a producer/multi-instrumentalist in Brooklyn dream-pop group Folksongs For The Afterlife.

Artwork for the single “If I Forget Your Face, Love” by Shadowbanned

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