Silcrow – Too Late To Forget: 13th Floor New Song Of The Day

Prepare to be swept away by the raw, unfiltered energy of Silcrow’s latest single, Too Late To Forget. This gritty, groovy rock anthem promises to captivate audiences with its infectious rhythm and unforgettable chorus.

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SilcrowSilcrow’s music takes influence from the groovy, grungy music of the 1990s, and Too Late To Forget is no exception.

Thrust into the contemporary world of music production by producer Scott Seabright, the track stands up against some of the best recordings released today while keeping the raw essence necessary for engaging and connecting to listeners who are missing that touch in modern music.

Musically, ‘Too Late To Forget’ feels moody and attitude-filled from the start. However, once the drums kick in with a hard-hitting groove and an atmosphere that only Silcrow can create, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a crowd whose heads stay in one place.

Too Late To Forget is a testament to Silcrow’s ability to craft music that resonates with listeners on a visceral level. From the moment the first notes reverberate through the speakers, it’s clear that this is a song with a story to tell—a tale of love, loss, and the bittersweet longing that lingers in the aftermath.

Led by Lorenzo Hazelwood’s soulful vocals, Silcrow delivers a performance that is equal parts powerful and poignant. Backed by the band’s dynamic instrumentation, the single builds to a climax that is nothing short of explosive, leaving audiences craving more.

With its infectious groove and anthemic chorus, “Too Late To Forget” is poised to become a staple of Silcrow’s live performances, igniting crowds and leaving them clamoring for an encore. It’s a song that demands to be heard, a rallying cry for anyone who has ever loved and lost.

Silcrow’s music has been featured on radio stations such as Hauraki (NZ) and Triple M’s Hard n Heavy (AUS), with a combined streaming number of 200,000+ across multiple platforms, 4 professional music videos under their belt, and after signing a management deal in late 2023, Silcrow are set to take on the world.


Upcoming Silcrow show dates

May 3 – Whammy Backroom – Auckland, NZ

May 4 – Jam Factory – Tauranga, NZ