Posts Tagged ‘tomorrow’

July 4, 2016

It’s been a year since we first introduced IHM followers to Brooklyn’s Xan Young, and his latest song, Tomorrow, leaves me as excited about this emerging artist as I was after that first encounter. Tomorrow’s glitchy propulsive soundscape feels Phantogram like, but it’s paired up with a melting smooth array of R&B, soul, pop, and electronic elements. Sweet swooning vocals add to Tomorrow’s lush vibrant allure. Tomorrow leaves me eager for what adventures await in the future, especially when soundtracked by Xan Young.

March 15, 2016

‘Tomorrow’ by Echos is a celestial and sublime song that unfortunately reminds me of my first post-Coachella experience. The aching reality of a relationship coming to an end, one that’s basically become meaningless. The heavy guitar-bass chorus reinforcing that sinking feeling in the stomach when you know you “could be everything (they) want and more”. Echos sums it up perfectly – “When you’re in love, I think some people would rather be lied to than let down. Everything ends – tomorrow always comes.”

August 22, 2012

Baltimore indie synthpop/rockers Future Islands will be touring around to San Francisco within the next couple weeks, and I already have my tickets. The moment I heard Balance close to a year ago, I was sold. Today, they have a new single for us titled Tomorrow. It’s a romantic, lovely tune that displays lead Sam Herring’s unique voice very well. 

OFFICIAL VID: Niki & The Dove – Tomorrow

March 30, 2012

That’s riiiiight, new video from Niki & The Dove!!! The single Tomorrow will be on their upcoming debut album Instinct which drops May 14 in the UK. FINALLY! I’ve been waiting for what feels like forevAR! I wonder if there will be a US release date soon after or if I’ll need to purchase it as an import. The futuristic looking video for Tomorrow is very cool, and I’m more than happy to hear another awesome new Swedish electropop track from Niki & The Dove. It’s a really good one too. Instinct is going to be a wonderful album.

Brand spanking new Niki & The Dove

March 15, 2012

Yep. That’s right. And here I am, still waiting to see ‘em live and for their debut album. A lot of new music has been previewed lately on the Annic Mac show (BBC Radio). Today, we have a rip of Niki & The Dove’s next single, Tomorrow. Yummy. It’s probably the most “ballad” like, least Swedish electro-pop track I’ve heard from them so far. It’s still freaking great though! Debut album! Debut album! I wait for you!

OFFICIAL VID: Parakeet – Tomorrow

February 29, 2012

How about some indie noise rock? Who can resist some good, grungy guitars? The tune Tomorrow is from the band Parakeet, which consists Mariko Doi (bassist from Yuck) and James Thomas (The History of Apple Pie). Their side project is sounding pretty good so far with this track, and here’s the brand new music video.

So glad The Cranberries are back

February 10, 2012

Here they are on Fallon the other night performing Tomorrow, and the CLASSIC (very, very classic) Dreams, which was from 1993. Has it been THAT long? I bet some of you weren’t even alive then, huh? I know many of you are younglings. 😉 Well, these fellas are legendary, and Dreams is a legacy. Brings back so many memories to listen to The Cranberries perform it.

January 27, 2012

Nowadays, everyone in every band seem to have their own side projects, whether with other people or solo. This holds true for Yuck’s band members too, of course. Yuck’s bassist Mariko Doi has a band named Parakeet, and she impresses with vocals on the grungy rock track and first single Tomorrow. The other part of the band is The History of Apple Pie’s James Thomas. I guess good musicians and bands can easily mix and match these days. One part of this band plus one part of that band plus a soloist plus a singer songwriter plus a drummer who now plays bass plus a guitarist who now sings lead equals a chimera of a new band for us to enjoy. Yeeeep.

January 24, 2012

The Cranberries are back! Well, we knew that already. But they really, really are back! And a new video solidifies that. Tomorrow is a very pleasant, 90’s sounding new song from the veterans on their upcoming return album Roses, however I liked the other new song Show Me The Way they previewed in October faaar more. I’ll tack it on again here.