After waiting two long years to release their new Album, ‘Out for Tomorrow’ finally get to celebrate and show their fans just what they have been working on.
Originally from Bridgwater, this quintet hit The Gryphon in Bristol for an intimate gig to launch their brand new album ‘You’ll find a way. Supported by ‘Save the Dinosaurs’ and ‘My Favourite Runner Up’, ‘Out ForTomorrow’ show cased their heavy side and an ability to make the most of a small stage. Accompanied by a wave of flashing lights and revved up crowd it was over to lead singer Ben Lumber to ensure that they stayed connected, that everyone could understand who they were and what they are about. Successfully this relationship was built, making sure they propelled their energy and get everyone bouncing around. To the screams of encore they made sure everyone got one last taste of them and returned to the stage for one last go.
Talking before the launch they expressed their excitement at being back on stage. When talking to them they seemed friendly, up for a laugh and serious about what they do, which to me is qualities that will take them far. Recently they performed in Bridgwater for the first time in two years at Palace Nightclub to an awesome response, but hope to get on the road and touring Europe again soon, doing what they love. If ‘Give me a Reason’ is anything to go by then expect something heavy, with strong vocals and emotive lyrics. And do me a favour, turn it up loud, trust me!
Their album is out Monday . . ‘You’ll find a way’.