A young and exciting band from Teesside in Northeast England, Gone Tomorrow came together just before the pandemic struck.
The bands style has been described as a unique blend of raw garage rock inspired Indie with atmospheric synth elements. Passionate vocals and a thunderous rhythm section make the band a real force to be reckoned with in the live music environment.
Their music is being played in many countries, including USA, Spain and Brazil where they are beginning to get a loyal fanbase. Due to the bands energetic style together with the bands growing popularity, they were featured on BBC Look North in June 2022.
The band’s main influences are indie and rock bands such as Arctic Monkeys, Kasabian and The 1975, but they have also taken influence from heavier bands such as Royal Blood and Bring Me The Horizon.
Their latest single, Projector Screens, breaks new territory for the band with a more stripped back low tempo acoustic feel. It is a love song set against the backdrop of growing up in a small town.
There is also themes of hope and fate in the song, creating a heartwarming indie-folk ballad about amazing people dragging you through difficult times.