Seattle has long been a frontier town that attracts musicians who want to invent and reinvent – from Jimi Hendrix to Kurt Cobain to the next unnamed musical star. While the sound may change from decade to decade, the Northwest’s music scene is as vibrant as ever. And here at The End we feel it’s important to help put our homegrown talent in the forefront by giving you a taste of our cities musical richness.
The Lonely Forest is an indie rock band from lovely Anacortes, Washington. The band's ensemble includes John Van Deusen, Tony Ruland, Braydn Krueger, and Eric Sturgeon. Chris Walla from Death Cab For Cutie made The Lonely Forest his first signing act when he launched his record label, Trans, a few years back. Their latest effort, "Adding Up the Wasted Hours" is their fourth studio album. Former Locals Only host, Megan Seling, wrote up a glowing album review and article about The Lonely Forest in The Stranger. Read it here.