“✭✭✭✭ There’s an adventurous complexity to British India’s latest that’s an exploration of their creative nature.”Rolling Stone

“✭✭✭✭ Forgetting The Future manages to keep an emotional rawness which combines with the bands experience and skill to create an album unlike anything else, an emotional roller-coaster with a number of songs that have the ability to become anthems of a generation.” – Forte Mag

8.7/10 Forgetting the Future shows how British India have matured both as songwriters and musicians. Their time together as a band, and their work, is clear in the quality of this album.” – The AU Review

Tightened song-writing and more textured production make for a fresh-sounding record that’ll be a nice addition to your regular rotation this summer.” – Music Feeds

The release of British India’s sixth album, Forgetting The Future, has kicked off an exciting new chapter in the band’s illustrious career. As Liberation Records reveal ‘Midnight Homie’ as the next single, British India are excited to announce that they’ve signed a worldwide licensing deal for Forgetting The Future with NYC indie label, AntiFragile.

‘Midnight Homie’ has been a fan favourite since the release of the album in September. It’s unconventional, memorable rock n roll with wild dynamic shifts. Catchy, anthemic melodies are met with controversial lyrics, as front-man Declan Melia howls, “My friends are better than your friends” and “My God is better than your false God”

Watch the animated lyric video here.

AntiFragile label director, Tom Sarig discovered British India online and their unique sound made an immediate impression. Sarig is also the founder and CEO of the Esther Creative Group and has managed the careers of Lou Reed, Bryan Ferry, Violet Femmes, The Gaslight Anthem and many others. 

“I am thrilled and honored to be working with British India and their team.  Who says rock is dead?  I don’t think so. We think British India is a band that can become a major rock act around the world” – Tom Sarig

It’s no surprise to see British India hit the ground running in 2018. The fresh sonic direction and talented musicianship of Forgetting The Future has been met with applause from fans and critics alike. It debuted #12 on the ARIA Albums Chart and triggered a massive national tour that spanned over 4 months. Previous singles, ‘My Love’ and ‘Precious’ have become radio favourites, with both added to high rotation on triple j and ‘My Love’ scoring the most played track at Triple M first week. They’ve also featured in a deep bag of streaming playlists, including ‘Midnight Homie’s recent addition to Spotify’s global tastemaker playlist, New Noise.

British India are currently taking a well-deserved break from touring but plan to embark on another national run in the coming months. Whilst fans await an official announce, they have a chance to catch the band rip through festival sets in February at Get Your Groove On in Northern Sydney and The Big O Party in Tasmania.

Over the course of their career, British India have earned themselves four Top 10 ARIA albums, eight entries into the Hottest 100 and their single ‘I Can Make You Love Me’ is accredited Gold status in Australia.

The last few signed copies of Forgetting The Future on heavyweight vinyl are available now at