TOMORROWS UNVEIL SECOND TRACK ‘FREE’ / EP SET FOR RELEASE LATER THIS YEAR
“The production is clinical, the songwriting is sharp and the vocals have a lush, neo-psychedelic feel to them. That isn’t to peg Tomorrows as a psych band, however; with the synth wash and electronic sheen their’s is a very modern pop vision.” – Clash
Based in Dublin, Tomorrows are a new five-piece, taking elements of 60’s and 70’s pop/prog/folk/psych as a starting point to explore new modern textures and melodies.
Tomorrows say – “Free was recorded live in the same session as our first single Another Life. It’s important for us to record in the same room at the same time. We had only played the song a couple of times together so all the ideas were still very fresh. The string parts were written and played by our good friend Martha Rose, and were recorded in an afternoon in Berlin where she lives. The layered vocals were inspired by Panda Bear. The song was mixed by Christian Best.”
They quote George Harrison, Wilco, and The Zombies as inspiration, which can certainly be heard in their music – but there’s definitely some prog/psych elements in there too, in the vein of Temples, Tame Impala, Spiritualized etc. In previous incarnations of the band, they’ve had the accolades of The Sunday Times Album of The Week. They have also extensively toured in the US, UK, Germany, France, Sweden, Switzerland and Ireland and shared stages with Villagers, Jens Lekman and This Is The Kit, under the name Biggles Flys Again.
The quintet consists of members of various other locally based acts, including Biggles Flys Again, The Chapters, Jethro Pickett and Woodheart, but with this new project, they’re starting over again, always looking forward – explained quite poetically within their debut track.
Today the band are revealing their second track – ‘Free’
Tomorrows are: Conor Deasy, Ben Shorten, Jethro Pickett, Ciaran Fortune, Michael Murphy