New Music: Out For Tomorrow

New Music: Out For Tomorrow

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Bristol based quintet Out For Tomorrow will release their eagerly anticipated debut album You’ll Find A Way on 5 May 2014. With influences from You Me At Six and Taking Back Sunday, this debut has a fresh sense of real British rock, with a slight hint of American brilliance. This five piece really express the overwhelming talent for song writing in the UK.

The band already have a lot to shout about; they turned heads whilst playing shows with the likes of Lower Than Atlantis and Deaf Havana then after the release of their EP World On Your Side last year, the band found themselves getting regular play on Scuzz TV.

Bring Me The Horizon guitarist Lee Malia got in touch after the success of their EP and worked with the band on some new material, alongside Steel City Studio owner Phil Gornell who helped produce their distinctive sound.

Last month the band released Give Me A Reason, the first single to be taken from their debut album. The single has been championed by Kerrang Radio’s Alex Baker’s, and is an imminent hit, as listeners can hear the inclusion of the bands influences in their sound, but also that this is a new fresh take on this ever popular genre.