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Travel II - EP [edit]
by Future Of Forestry | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: September 08, 2009

Travel II is the second release of a 3-part travel-themed series of EPs from the imaginative Future Of Forestry. Travel II gives fans what they have come to know and love from Future Of Forestry - music that takes them on a journey creatively, sonically, and spiritually. Spacious, intelligent rock n roll that delivers a sonically vast experience to the listener.

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01. Hills Of Indigo Blue
02. Holiday
03. Set Your Sails
04. Slow Your Breath Down
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05. So Close So Far
06. Someday

Entry last edited by CCMSingles on 11.16.15

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Shannrah (11)

Love it! | Posted November 20, 2012
 I love future of forestry because there voice is also unique. They don't sound like every one else. There music is just weird but is good at the same time. There is truth in their lyrics. I highly suggest you listen to them.

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Arryc (7)

Something New | Posted September 25, 2009
I love the work that Future of Forestry (and Something Like Silas) has done in the past. I happened to be out of the loop as far as new music goes for a full year, so I was unaware that FoF had released Travel and Travel II. I first say Travel II on the shelf, so I bought it right off the bat. I normally don't do that without sampling it first, but just knowing that FoF made it was good enough for me. Well, as soon as I started playing this CD, I thought, "What the heck is this?" I was expecting something along the lines of Twilight, but this was completely different. The first track of Travel II starts with some unusual percussion sounds. The rest of the music, including the vocals, were something I had never heard nor would ever expect from FoF. In fact, if someone else had played the EP for me, I would not have guessed it was Future of Forestry, even if Owyoung's voice did sound familiar to me. The first song is the weirdest, but still, the whole album is nothing like what I expected.
I still don't know in what genre to classify Travel II.
Anyway, the more I listened to it, the more I liked it. It helped me to further appreciate the artistic abilities of Future of Forestry. Within a week of getting this EP, I also bought the first EP of the Travel series, which kind of lies in-between Twilight and Travel II.
Anyway, both albums are great. I would recommend listening to them a number of times through before you decide whether or not to get them, but I really enjoy both. I look forward to what sound Future of Forestry may offer with Travel III.

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