Forever More (song)

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"Forever More"
Moloko Forever More.jpg
Single by Moloko
from the album Statues
B-side "Take My Hand"
Released 23 June 2003
Genre House
Length 3:46 (radio edit)
7:22 (album version)
Label Echo
Writer(s) Mark Brydon, Róisín Murphy
Moloko singles chronology
"Familiar Feeling"
"Forever More"
"Cannot Contain This"

"Forever More" is an electronica-influenced song performed by the band Moloko for their 2003 album Statues.

Musical structure[edit]

"Forever More" is a house and dance-style track makes extensive use of two instruments: bass drums and brass horns.[1] These two sounds are aggressively used in a one-and-a-half minute long "ad lib" session; this part of the song was cut out of the radio edit due to time constraints.

Critical reception[edit]

"Forever More" was well received by critics. Contact Music called the song an "uplifting [...] dance-floor filler."[1]


The video features Murphy dancing in a tunnel while singing the song. Over the course of the song she is joined by backup dancers. The video was filmed with Murphy dancing in front of a blue screen, improvising her movements. The backup dancers were added later, filmed dancing in the tunnel. Due to this, the backup dancers sometimes dance out of time with Murphy, the effect that the director wanted.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
Belgian Singles Chart[2] 26
German Singles Chart[2] 96
UK Singles Chart[2] 17


  1. ^ a b Forever More - watch the video Contact Music Retrieved 2008-03-11
  2. ^ a b c Moloko - Forever More aCharts Retrieved 2008-03-11