"Sorry I Forgot" was released by LF Records on cassette.
"Lots of bands have laid false claim to the lineage of the Bristol 1990’s psychedelic spacerock axis (FSA/Cresent/Third Eye Foundation) over the years.
In my mind though, the only group in round these parts who can convincingly carry that flag and set fuck-you fireball to it are three young South-West scamps calling themselves Thought Forms. I could ruin yer minute by throwing round a bunch of other antecedents whose long running history of guitar abuse is well documented, but it wouldn’t really aid to capture the heat-bliss of Thought Forms attack (catch them live and you’ll see what I mean).
'Sorry I Forgot' is two sides of our trio plowing a rural idyll through a landscape of feedback, strings and ghost axe.
This is wave harmonics, a plane where the voice lives as distinct entity from body/soul – the guitar eminates from earth-core, each successive chord raises the archeological layer ten foot higher.
All that said, these tracks have a real lightness of bearing too, revealing distant vistas in opaque light and shadow geographies.
The drone here never strays into the oppressive & dour, nor is it repressed - it's free and freeform and joyous."