Musician, singer and composer Finn Forster is from Middlesbrough, England.
Finn has distinguished himself throughout the years, setting him apart from his contemporaries. Through dedication and hard effort, Finn has developed an extraordinary talent for composition and performance.
Finn’s songs are emotional and honest, heavily influenced by modern society and the personal perspective of a man whose message is to prove there are no limitations due to background or upbringing.
These qualities were quickly demonstrated by releases like “Lonely Nights Circles” and “Time,” both of which showed great signs of creative versatility.
He discussed his long history as a musician and the inspiration for his most recent single, “Call You Mine,” in a personal interview.
There’s no denying that ‘Call You Mine’ is a guaranteed foot-tapper. Together, the drum rhythm and bass line seamlessly establish the groundwork for the synth, acoustic, and electric guitars that make up the rest of the instrumentation.
What is your real and official showbiz name?
My Real name, is Luke Finn-Forster. The name I use as an artist – Finn Forster
What drew you to music production in the first place?
I was always surrounded by music from a really young age. My family have always been very musical. I was fortunate in that way. My first experiences with performing, writing and even just listening to music were all drawn to me by my family.
What or whom do you go to for inspiration or motivation?
A lot of time now I’ll not go looking for it as such, I’ll just feel a huge sense of motivation or inspiration when I’ll just checking out live sets and live footage from artists I love and would love to replicate career-wise.
What are some of the obstacles you encounter in your career?
I would 100% say it is fair to say in a lot of ways it’s challenging coming from a small town in the North East Pershing music. There isn’t as much going on as there is in major cities. You certainly have to pave your own way as nothing will get handed to you.
What distinguishes you as a creative individual?
I live and breathe it. I appreciate creativity when I see it and have huge respect for creatives too. When most are watching tv, eating or sleeping. I’m pouring my heart and mind out over 4 chords most of the time. I’m always looking for. What will have the edge also, in the day in age, just the music is about 0.1% of the overall package you need to succeed.
What’s the significance of the current song or album in your life?
I’m absolutely loving Marcus Mumford’s new album, self-titled. I’ve always been a huge Mumford and sons fan, and to see him in a new project and also have songs that really resonate with me is what’s made it significant for me.
What are you working on at the moment?
‘Call You Mine’ is my new single, it’s a song that’s been in the process of being released for a while now. I’ve played it live loads. I’m really excited to get it out and for fans to finally have it to listen to whenever they want.
What are your plans for the year ahead?
I’ve got huge plans, another EP, more gigs, another tour, just everything I’ve done so far x1000 I guess. I can’t wait.