Timo Scharf – Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten EP

Timo Scharf - Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten



3.9/5 Pros

  • Five nice songs with a country music flavor
  • Powerful voice

The promotion material to Timo Scharf’s new EP Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten contains a magical sentence. He is writing down his thoughts somewhere between folk, pop and country”. If somebody uses the c-word in German music promotion, he must either be mad or really convinced. I did not know Timo’s songs before this review, but I felt that this guy deserves some support. The German artist released his five song package on 19th March 2021.


Timo Scharf – About The Artist

Timo Scharf is a German singer-songwriter from Braunschweig in central Germany. This year, he will become 30 years old. He started doing music in the punk and rock music scene. He is also known under his artist name SON. In 2014, he went on the road and made street music in multiple countries. His debut EP Nebraska has been released in 2016. Since then, he has been touring with some quite popular German and international acts. His first album was the 2018 An Absence of Color. On Spotify, the most popular song so far has been Numbers.


Timo Scharf – Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten – Track by Track

The five track EP lasts 19 minutes.

1. Groundhog Day

Already the first song, Groundhog Day, absolutely catches me a lot. A beautiful ballad with a lovely melody. A really nice voice – the song does sound a lot alike country. And it is not at all that antiquated old-style sound. I absolutely love it.

2. Promises

Promises feels very familiar – but in fact it is a song written by Timo Scharf himself. The song is slow and is dominated by the artist’s deep voice. Really a beautiful listen.

3. Shadow Boxing

Shadow Boxing is more rhythmic, but it still has a quite temperate tempo. The song has a lovely country touch. It feels modern, but it is not too rocking – I would rather describe it as discrete. But it is a real beauty, recommend to listen to it.

4. I didn’t mind

I didn’t mind is the longest song on the EP (4:34 minutes). It is really making use of that time, starting very slow and thoughtful. The song concentrates a lot on lyrics, just being regardfully accompanied by the guitars and some other tunes. The song has a nice dramatic peak towards the end without getting pushy.

5. How was I to know

The quiet tunes of Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten take their finale at How was I to know. The song is again a really deep and beautiful recording. I love how Scharf arranges the song in a way that it is focusing on the lyrics, on the message. Nice!


Timo Scharf – Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten – Spotify

Here is the EP on Spotify:


Timo Scharf – Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten – My View

Congrats! Everything Ever Always Is All Forgotten is a really nice EP with a very direct touch. The songs are very well writte and stay in your mind. Feels great to introduce you to another artist, who at least comes with a country music touch, from Germany.


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