LOGAN band Forever Road is set to offer a taste of their latest tracks at the Beenleigh Town Square Eats and Beats festival this Friday.
Forever Road will officially launch their extended play record Come My Way on August 3.
The nine-year-old band features lead vocalist Jake Gilroy, Bass performer Casper Gregson, drummer Brian Foulds and lead guitarist Daniel Vayro.
They have performed for Australia Music Week at Sydney's Darling Harbour, the Gympie Muster and in New Zealand.
While the band has traditionally played it safe with their country rock style, their latest album will feature four different genres, including a more hard rock style which will appeal to youth.
Former Jimboomba resident and lead singer, song writer and guitarist Jake Gilroy said Forever Road would perform a mix of their original and latest songs during their 45 minutes on stage.
"We love to entertain," Mr Gilroy said.
"We are not a stand on the stage and play music band, we like to get the crowd involved and interacting with a fun party band."
This is the second year Forever Road as performed as part of the council's Logan Live Music Month initiative.
Mr Gillroy said Logan Live Music Month was a good opportunity to give "bedroom talent" a platform.
"It is good to see a lot of venues get on board, not only for our band but for all artists in Logan to be able to have a platform," he said.
The Eats and Beats festival runs from 5pm to 9pm with entertainment to start from 5.30pm.
The line-up will include Chris Connelly, Angie Grace, Jessie D and Caitlin Jade Apro.
Food options will include New Zealand sweets from Kiwi Cafe, Venezuelan and Australian dishes from the Salty Turtle Co, Mexican cuisine from 2 Serial Grillers and gourmet toasties from Mr Gorilah.