Chicago-based teenage band on the path to becoming big


Brothers Kye, Kavah, and Khaden Harris hail from the south side of Chicago and make up the band Saving Forever. (photo credit: Nikko Lamere)

By Grace Schumann, Reporter

When searching for that final song to add to the workout playlist, look no further than Chicago based band Saving Forever, and their new single “Million Ways.”

It’s a good idea to keep an eye on Saving Forever because if this is just the beginning, the future of this band shines brightly.

Saving Forever is made up of three brothers hailing from the southern suburbs of Chicago who grew up on music.

Kye Harris, only 13-years-old, is the lead singer. His brother 16-year-old Kavah Harris is the bassist, and 16-year-old Khaden Harris plays the guitar.

The three brothers are bonded through their music, drawing inspiration from pop-punk legends like Fall Out Boy, Panic! At the Disco, and Paramore, according to their biography from Moxie.

“Million Ways” starts off strong with an infectious bassline that calls to mind DNCE (another one of their inspirations), Fitz & The Tantrums, and even One Direction with its alt-pop bouncy beat.

The song goes on with catchy lyrics-

“Baby / What’s the problem / I can keep all of your love in a bottle / Oh baby / what’s your problem / I got a million ways that I could solve them.”

Add some impressive vocals, and a memorable melody it definitely sticks around. It would not be a long shot to say “Million Ways” could hold a place on any number of dance mixes and maybe even make it onto the clubbing scene.

The solid instrumental paired with the expressive singing gives this single even more bang for its buck.

The only improvement feasible for this young band? Make more music, work as hard as they can and evolve even more. “Million Ways” is just the beginning of what is sure to be a fun, young, and popular band.

While it may be too late in the year to call “Million Ways” the song of the summer, one thing is for certain: Saving Forever is going places. To listen to “Million Ways” check out the music video at