Tomorrows launch their new album ‘The Night Chorus’ at Lost Lane on June 6th. The album is an 8 track odyssey of slinky guitars, woozy keyboards and scuzzy bass smeared over glitchy drum samples and distorted vocals.
Supported by Laura Ann Brady
|Tomorrows - 6th June 2019||€12.00|
The Dublin based 4 piece, three parts Irish, one part Tasmanian, take influences like Timber Timbre, Toro Y Moi and Mild High Club and melt them into 70s soft rock and 60s pop sounds. Their debut LP ‘Another Life’ released on Trout Records (2016) was named Irish Times Online Album of the Week. 2017/18 was spent touring the album from the Kerry peninsulas to the lowlands of the Benelux region. The band will be joined on the night by Will Whyte (Ireland) on drums, Ruth Kennington (Interskalactic) on synths, and Aran O Grady (Glasshouse) on sax.
Press for ‘Another Life’ (Trout Records, 2016) :
“At its bleached out best, Dubliners, Tomorrows’ recall early Connan Mockasin, while its more lucid moments echo the work of Unknown Mortal Orchestra”
“Pop-smudged psychedelic pop, wistful indie, drifting orchestral lifts”
Nialler9 @The Irish Times, Online Album of the Week
“You’ll be so lost in the world that Tomorrows have created that you might well find your day slightly differently than you did before – and that’s just about the highest praise we can offer.”
Gold Flake Paint
“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”
Laura Ann Brady
Laura Ann Brady is an alternative folk artist hailing from Dublin town. Laura mixes various
styles in her music, using voice, autoharp, piano and other instruments to create a layered,
atmospheric, moody sound. Laura will be releasing her first album this autumn. The next
single that she will release in June is the title track of this album, ‘World Beneath the Waves’.
Previous notable gigs include supporting Matt Corby in The Olympia Theatre, supporting
Marlon Williams in the Academy, playing Another Love Story Festival, Body and Soul Festival
Knockanstockan. Laura will launch ‘World Beneath the Waves’ on 30 th June.