Danny was one of the founding members of Forrest Can't Run. He takes his inspirations from other front men like Danny O'Donoghue and Robbie Williams. He takes pride in his energy and charisma on stage and always tries to put the best show on for the audience.
Lewis is also a founding member of Forrest Can’t Run and is the strong backbone of the band. His inspirations include Rock bassists such as Duff Mckagan, John Paul Jones and Geezer Butler. Coming from a rock background helps Lewis bring a unique sound to FCR.
Ross is one of three founding members of Forrest Can't and doubles as rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist. He takes his influences from bands such as A Day to Remember and Neck Deep and uses this to incorporate his own twist and bring new ideas to FCR.
THE BAND BIO
Cal joined Forrest Can't Run in November 2017. Cal is a massive fan of Pop-Punk bands such as Blink 182, Busted and WSTR and he brings a new energy to FCR . Cal is the lead guitarist of FCR and loves the opportunity to solo in songs. He is known for his signature caps that he wears to all the shows.
Simon is the newest member to the Forrest Cant Run family. He joined the band in 2018 and saw his first show on the mainstage at the 02ABC Glasgow. Though only being in the band a short time, Simon has already found his feet and continues to see himself rise. His inspirations include Benny Greb, Eddy Thrower and Travis Barker to name a few.
Forrest Can't Run (FCR) is a 5 piece Pop-Rock band who reside in Edinburgh, Scotland. Their journey began in 2017 at which point they released their debut single "What Happened to Seymour". The song then featured on Jim Gellatly's Amazing Radio later in the year. In 2018 FCR released two new singles "Masquerade" and "Stephanie" both of which featured on their inaugural EP "Time Will Tell". One of the songs from the EP "Voices" can also now be seen played on Guitar Hero. FCR released "Time Will Tell" to a sold out hometown show in October 2018. Though only being together for a short time FCR has gained a bunch of experience and played in reputable places such as King Tuts Wah Wah Hut and the mainstage at the 02ABC in Glasgow. In April 2019 Forrest Can't Run embarked on a Scottish Headline tour which resulted in another sold out show at Opium. They plan to deliver new material which they are working closely with producer Mark Morrow to make a reality. With their passion, desire and ability they demonstrate they have the potential and drive to go straight to the top. Their shows have been described as " loud and energetic" by En4 News and they are building a reputation for "wowing various venues" across Scotland.