Only Forever (Alive Like Me album)

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Only Forever
Studio album by
ReleasedOctober 3, 2014 (2014-10-03)[1]
ProducerRyan Furlott[2]
Singles from Only Forever
  1. "Start Again"
    Released: January 29, 2014[3]
  2. "Searching for Endings"
    Released: July 11, 2014[4]
  3. "Slip Away"
    Released: July 17, 2014[5]
  4. "Our Time Down Here"
    Released: September 30, 2014[6]
  5. "What Did You Expect"
    Released: February 18, 2015[7]

Only Forever is the debut and only studio album by American rock band Alive Like Me. It was released in October 2014.

Based in the college town of Eugene, Oregon, singer Jairus Kersey, guitarists Brandon Banton and Dakota Dufloth, bassist David Knox, and drummer Joel Riley quickly built momentum releasing their first single "Start Again". As their reputation grew, they came to the attention of prominent Oregon indie Rise Records, who signed the band in early 2014.[3] After joining the Vans Warped Tour for several dates that summer,[8] they released their debut album, Only Forever, in October 2014.

Track listing[]

Standard edition[1]
1."Better Off"2:54
2."Slip Away"3:48
3."What Did You Expect"4:10
4."Our Time Down Here"2:51
5."Start Again"2:59
6."Only Forever"3:42
8."Searching for Endings"3:53
9."Lost Without You"3:38
10."Meant for This"3:27
11."Never Looking Back"3:31
Total length:38:13
Japanese bonus tracks[9]
12."Meant for This" (acoustic version)3:21
13."Only Forever" (Scout remix)3:58
14."Better Off" (Scout remix)3:05
Total length:48:37


Credits for Only Forever adapted from AllMusic.[2]


Chart (2014) Peak
Billboard Top Heatseekers 26[10]


  1. ^ Jump up to: a b "Only Forever on iTunes".
  2. ^ Jump up to: a b "Alive Like Me, Only Forever (CD - Rise Records #RISE 236)". AllMusic.
  3. ^ Jump up to: a b Kraus, Brian (January 29, 2014). "Alive Like Me sign to Rise Records, stream new single". Alternative Press.
  4. ^ "Searing for Endings official music video". YouTube.
  5. ^ Kraus, Brian (July 17, 2014). "Alive Like Me (Rise Records) stream new song, "Slip Away"". Alternative Press.
  6. ^ "Our Time Here official music video". YouTube.
  7. ^ "What Did You Expect live music video". YouTube.
  8. ^ Crane, Matt (December 10, 2014). "Blessthefall, Hundredth, Alive Like Me, more announced for Warped Tour 2015". Alternative Press.
  9. ^ "オンリー・フォーエバー / アライブ・ライク・ミー".
  10. ^ "Alive Like Me - chart history".
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