Tomorrow is Lost
TOMORROW IS LOST formed in February 2017 - immediately catching the attention of the rock community with their cover of Sia's Elastic Heart which gave listeners just a flavour of their powerhouse vocals, catchy melodies and killer riffs.
The band have enjoyed an unbelievably successful inaugural year and a bit and have played alongside bands including Inglorious, Wayward Sons, Bigfoot, Kobra and the Lotus, He Is Legend, The Dead XIII, City of Ashes, As Sirens Fall and more, earning them a reputation for raw, untamed and energetic live performance.
The release of their debut single 'Insane' in October 2017 earned the band a number of loyal and supportive followers, achieved international airplay and reached number 13 in the HRH Radio Top 20. Championed by Guy Bellamy's Rock Show, BBC Introducing and Hard Rock Hell amongst others, the band were working tirelessly to meet the ever growing demand for new music.
That demand was answered by the release of We Are The Lost in February, a single that was playlisted by Planet Rock Radio on their New Rock Show for a grand total of nine weeks, marking a very proud achievement for the band so early in their career. In addition to Planet Rock, We Are The Lost was supported by Hard Rock Hell Radio, Total Rock and many others, achieving airplay at many stations around the UK and beyond, reaching all the way to Australia.
After a busy Summer of shows and festival appearances, the end of 2018 is set to be Tomorrow Is Lost's busiest period yet. On home soil, they have appearances at Redemption Festival and Giff-Fest alongside shows with Bigfoot, Theia, Skam and many more, but their most exciting adventure yet isn't taking place in the UK.
The band will be making their debut appearance at WinterStorm 2018 and early 2019 will see Tomorrow Is Lost play their first Hard Rock Hell festival with an appearance at Hard Rock Hell AOR in February 2019.
With all of those shows, one might wonder when we will hear some new music from Tomorrow Is Lost, but, rest assured, it is coming. A new single will arrive before the end of the year, with much more to follow in 2019. Tomorrow Is Lost's epic rise over the last eighteen months shows no sign of slowing down, so jump aboard with them before you get left behind.