Foreverlin is an American Christian alternative indie rock band, and they are from the cities of Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming, where the band started making music in 2012. They released, an extended play, Per Sempre in 2012, followed by two studio albums, Long Lost in 2013, with Red Cord Records, and, Still After in 2014, from Pando Records. In 2017, Foreverlin released an EP entitled You Remain, which features covers of worship songs, the Doxology, and an original worship song (title track).

OriginCheyenne, Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming
GenresChristian alternative rock, indie rock
Years active2012 (2012)–present
LabelsRed Cord, Pando
MembersPeter Blomberg
Caleb Blomberg
Nathan Thiessen
Burke Florom
Past membersAnthony Riedl

Background Edit

Foreverlin is a Christian alternative indie rock band from the towns of Cheyenne and Laramie, Wyoming, where they formed in 2012.[1] Their members are lead vocalist and guitarist, Peter Blomberg, guitarist and background vocalist, Caleb Blomberg, bassist and background vocalist, Nathan Theissen, and drummer and background vocalist, Burke Florom.[2]

Music history Edit

The band started as a musical entity in early 2012, with their first release, Per Sempre, an extended play, that was released on March 6, 2012, independently. Their subsequent release, a studio album, Long Lost, was released on April 30, 2013, from Red Cord Records.[3][4] The single, "Long Lost", charted on the Billboard magazine Christian Rock chart at No. 27.[5] They released, Still After, a studio album, with Pando Records, on May 19, 2015.[6][7][8] This release saw, "Broken Lines", chart at No. 13 on the Billboard magazine Christian Rock chart.[9] as well as, Speak, which charted at No. 15.

Many shows in Foreverlin's past have seen the band incorporating worship songs into their sets and playing Sunday morning church services. Wanting to show this side of the band, they recorded a 5-song EP entitled You Remain. This EP included four cover songs and one original. The title track, You Remain, charted at No. 29 in the spring of 2017. Anthony Riedl (bass, vocals) left the band right before recording started, but still was able to record the bass tracks. After he left, Foreverlin invited Nathan Thiessen to tour with them as their bassist. Nathan Thiessen is an accomplished violinist from Iowa who played violin on both the Long Lost and Still After albums (Alaska, Broken Lines, Josephine), but also plays other instruments, including bass.

During 2017, Foreverlin also spent more time on the road touring - traveling mostly in the Western side of the United States. They also spent time during the summer leading worship at youth Bible camps.

Members Edit

Current members[2][10]
  • Peter Donald Blomberg – lead vocals, lead guitar
  • Caleb Donald Blomberg – guitar, background vocals
  • Nathan Thiessen – bass, background vocals
  • Burke Wayne Florom – drums, background vocals
Former members
  • Anthony Riedl

Discography Edit

Studio albums
  • Long Lost (April 30, 2013, Red Cord)
  • Still After (May 19, 2015, Pando)
  • Per Sempre (March 6, 2012, independent)
  • You Remain (January 20, 2017, independent)
Year Single Chart Positions
Chr Rock
2013 "Long Lost" 16[5]
2015 "Broken Lines" 11[9]
2016 "Speak" 13[9]
2017 "You Remain" 29[9]

References Edit

  1. ^ NRTTeamAdmin (July 1, 2015). "Foreverlin Artist Profile". New Release Today. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Foreverlin. "About". Facebook. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  3. ^ Stagg, David (6 May 2013). "Review : Foreverlin - Long Lost". HM Magazine. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  4. ^ Walz, Sara (April 12, 2013). "Review : Foreverlin - Long Lost". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  5. ^ a b search for "Long Lost" on Christian Rock at
  6. ^ Francesco, Jonathan J. (April 15, 2015). "An Indie Act to Watch". New Release Today. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  7. ^ Swan, Scott (May 18, 2015). "Review : Foreverlin - Still After". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  8. ^ Wiegman, Kenneth (September 8, 2015). "Review : Foreverlin - Still After". Alpha Omega News. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
  9. ^ a b c d search for "Broken Lines" on Christian Rock at
  10. ^ Foreverlin. "Song Search :: Broken Lines". SESAC. Retrieved September 9, 2015.

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