Saving Forever are your not-so-typical trio of siblings. Brothers Khaden, Kye and Kavah Harris each possess musical talent that is out of this world.

Raised on the South Side of Chicago, the brothers encountered music early on in their lives. At just 4 years old, their grandmother taught them how to play the piano, and she didn’t just teach them “Mary Had A Little Lamb.” The brothers played the likes of Beethoven and Bach.

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They had humble musical upbringings performing gospel music in Chicago churches every weekend. Their musical focus shifted with the influences of Prince, Bruno Mars, Queen and even Fall Out Boy.

This transcended into playing small clubs and local music festivals in Chicago.

Now, the brothers create upbeat pop-rock music. Patrick Stump even helped produce their new track “Memories.”

I don’t think I ever would have imagined in a million years working with Patrick Stump,” Kye told Billboard. “He’s one of my favorite singers. He has such an amazing voice, and he was an amazing producer, really down to earth. I find myself fan-girling right now, talking about it. It was just so great.”

The band collaborated with their idols in Maroon 5 as well, and they were even chosen as Elvis Duran’s Artist Of The Month.

“Our new track is about being young and adventurous,” the band says. “It’s about doing things you’re not supposed to be doing and going a bit crazy. We hope the song functions as a reminder to capture the moments when you’re in them and to always live in the now.”

The video features the band hanging out with friends and rocking out. Check it out  below.

The band will be releasing new singles throughout the year, as well as heading out on a small tour. “Memories” is currently available on all streaming and downloading platforms.

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