‘Zeros’ is heavily influenced by early ’90s grunge rock, super live and super open.
Check out the video/single below:
With direct lyrics, the song can also be open to interpretation. The song expresses feelings of sadness, empathy, vulnerability and how people come together at a time of loss.
Comprising of Mark Dillon (Guitar) and cousins Sam Coffey (Guitar/Vocals) and Ezra Mullen (Drums), the band formed in 2019 following the sudden death of a friend and previous collaborator, with much of their initial work written and inspired by the bands’ loss.
Taking notes from the early 90s grunge and the bands that defined their generation, Forty Foot’s music remains raw and uninterrupted.
Their debut release “Drugs” [see below] was recorded during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic at Yellow Door studios and produced by Conor Mc Loughlin.
For more information on ‘Forty Foot‘ please visit this link.