British India emerged from theMelbourne underground scene in 2007 to become one of Australia’s mostsuccessful independent rock acts in recent times.
With four Top 10 albums to their credit the band show no signs ofslowing down with their new album ‘Forgetting The Future’ Liberation /AntiFragile 2017.
The way Declan Melia tells it,British India had to destroy their world in order to live in it.
After five successful albums,the Melbourne four-piece found themselves at a crossroads. They could continueto explore the afternoon guitar contemplations of 2015’s Nothing Touches Me,which debuted, as with their previous three albums, in the Top 5 of the ARIAAlbums Chart. Or they could blow it all up and start from nought.
They chose the latter.
Forgetting The Future is theexplosive sixth record from one of Australia’s most cherished and esteemed rockbands.