Tomorrow Is Lost are currently one of the fastest-rising modern rock bands in the United Kingdom. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, the band quickly exploded onto the U.K. music scene after forming in 2017 and are already known as one of the hardest working bands on the live circuit… along with a reputation for high-energy shows and their “down to earth” mindset about delivering great music for their fans.
The band enjoyed an unbelievably successful inaugural year with the release of their debut single Insane, which earned the band a number of loyal and supportive fans, achieved international airplay, and received strong support on BBC Introducing among others. Shortly thereafter, the band released a second single entitled We Are the Lost which received strong support from Planet Rock Radio, Total Rock Radio, and others as far away as Australia, which elevated the band to a whole new level. It wasn’t long before fans were demanding an album, but before they could get into the studio to record more material UK concert promoters began offering support slots alongside bands such as Hardcore Superstar, Skindred, Kobra and the Lotus, He Is Legend, Inglorious and many more, earning them a reputation for their untamed and energetic live performances.
The band were working tirelessly to meet the ever-growing demand for new music, and in the Fall of 2018, the band delivered with the release of their debut EP The Shadowman EP and the new single Shadowman with its superb “Thin Lizzy-esque” twin guitar harmonies showcasing the symbiotic connection between bandmates Joe Mac and Ryan O’Hara. As a result of the EP’s release, 2019 saw the band playing bigger and better shows and festivals such as, Call of The Wild Festival, Bloodstock, and SOS Festival just to name a few.
It wasn’t long before the band caught the attention of U.S. label Eclipse Records who signed the band in the Summer of 2019, after which they immediately got to work writing and recording their next full-length record, with UK based Producer/Engineer/Mixer, Dave Boothroyd (Phil Campbell, Boy Jumps Ship, The Bastard Sons, Greywind, CJ Wildheart, Don Broco) at 6db Studios in York, United Kingdom. The album is being mastered by Jon Astley (Judas Priest, The Who, The Rolling Stones) at Close To The Edge.
Tomorrow Is Lost are a band on the edge of something very special, as they very well may be reigning in a new era of British metal & rock that will undoubtedly endure the test of time for years to come.