NWOCR / alternative-metal rockers Tomorrow Is Lost have revealed yet another new music video, this time for their song “Black and Blue“. The video was directed by Andy Pilkington at Very Metal Art. Watch their “Black and Blue” music video right now:
“Black and Blue became an unexpected fan favourite from its earliest live outings” says guitarist Ryan O’Hara. “It is one of the most lyrically frank examples from the album, delving into some truly raw and personal experiences that I’m sure more women and men can identify with than you’d like to think. Put plainly, Black and Blue is a song about control, coercion and violence, a toxic kind of love which became the central focus for the structure of the album, and is a song that provides ‘Therapy’ with a defining and cathartic moment both musically, conceptually and personally’.
Therapy is a dynamic, anthem-ridden collection of eleven brilliant songs recorded by the Newcastle rock band who have quickly cemented themselves as the forerunners of the NWOCR (new wave of classic rock) movement which is has been exploding throughout 2020. The album was produced by Dave Boothroyd (Phil Campbell [Motorhead], Don Broco, The Bastard Sons) at 6db Studios, and was mastered by Jon Astley (Judas Priest, The Who, The Rolling Stones) at Close To The Edge. The album’s artwork was designed by Andy Pilkington of Very Metal Art. The band previously revealed their first three music video from the album, for the singles “Wildchild“, “Hideaway“, and “White Noise” so be sure to watch them all right now!
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Tomorrow Is Lost tour dates
Mar 20 – Swansea, UK @ Hangar 18 w/ Special Guests
May 1 – Blackpool, UK @ Rockforce Festival 2021
Tomorrow Is Lost discography
Therapy (LP) – 2020
Shadowman (EP) – 2018
Tomorrow Is Lost lineup
Cass King (vocals), Joe Mac (guitar), Ryan O’Hara (guitar), Josh Fodden (bass), Marc Rush (drums)