Tomorrow Is Lost’s debut single ‘Insane‘ will be released on the 28th of October. With it’s dark, brooding intro, memorable guitar work and vocals that build throughout the song leading to a mesmerising solo, Insane is a perfect introduction to what is to come from Tomorrow Is Lost. The track has already received it’s worldwide first airing with BBC Introducing and will be making its way to the radio airwaves in the coming weeks ahead of the release.
The release of ‘Insane‘ will be celebrated with a hometown show on the single’s release date (28th October) at Newcastle’s Jumpin’ Jacks. The Insane release show is just one of a number of shows Tomorrow Is Lost have lined up over the next couple of months, including support slots with bands as varied as Bigfoot, The Dead XIII and Jack The Envious. For their current gig schedule, please see below:
Tomorrow Is Lost Live – 2017
September 29th – Carlisle – Embers (Supporting Jack The Envious)
September 30th – Abertillery – The Dolls House – Doll4fest (Set time 3pm)
October 13th – Newcastle – Jumpin Jacks (Supporting Black Nevada / Colt 48)
October 28th – Newcastle – Jumpin Jacks (Insane Release Show)
October 30th – Newcastle – Think Tank (Supporting The Dead XIII / City Of Ashes)
November 5th – South Shields – The Queen Vic (Supporting Bigfoot)
Tomorrow Is Lost Live – 2018
February 24th-25th – Wakefield – The Snooty Fox – Badass Bash 2018
March 31st – Cannock – The Station – Dementia Aware Fest
May 5th – London – New Cross Inn – Dementia Aware Fest London
August 11th – Preston – The Ferret – Overload Fest 2018
For ticket information for all shows, please see the Tomorrow Is Lost Facebook
About Tomorrow Is Lost
Having met in the flesh just twice before their first performance in early 2017, it’s been a whirlwind year so far for Tomorrow Is Lost. With vocal powers to rival the likes of Debbie Harry, Joan Jett and Lzzy Hale to name just a few, Tomorrow Is Lost are fronted by the awesome Cass King. Joining Cass are guitarists Joe Mac and Ryan O’Hara, drummer Andrew Taylor and bassist Adam Clements.
Already developing a reputation for powerful, mesmerising live performances despite their short time together, Tomorrow Is Lost are going to be a band to watch in the months to come. Take your eyes and ears off them at your own risk.