Rising from the ashes is 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.
Their first two original singles, Insane and We Are The Lost saw the band achieve huge UK radio airplay with stations all over the country, and We Are The Lost was playlisted by Planet Rock Radio for nine weeks in the Spring of 2018. Other notable radio successes are with BBC Introducing, Hard Rock Hell Radio, Total Rock and Guy Bellamy’s Rock Show. Their reach has even spread all the way to Australia. A new single will be released before the end of 2018 with the band’s first EP set to follow shortly after.
Check out Tomorrow Is Lost’s latest music video for ‘Shadowman’ below!
The band have enjoyed an unbelievably successful first eighteen months together and have played alongside bands including Inglorious, Wayward Sons, Bigfoot, Kobra and the Lotus, Those Damn Crows and many, many more, earning them a reputation for raw, untamed and energetic live performance. Drummer, Marc Rush has also been added as an Artiste on the SPAUN DRUM COMPANY and SCYMTEK CYMBALS Roster.
Here’s the video for their cover of ‘Elastic Heart’ orginally made famous by Sia.
Early 2019 will see Tomorrow Is Lost play their biggest festival slot so far when they play their first Hard Rock Hell festival with an appearance at Hard Rock Hell AOR in February 2019. They are also confirmed for multiple other notable UK festivals in 2019 including Amplified and Call Of The Wild, SOS Festival, Heaven & Hell Festival and HRH XIII in November 2019. With their debut album and an extensive UK & EU tour to come, 2019 is going to be a big year for Tomorrow Is lost.
Let’s see what Cass King has to say about Vocalzone!
“I’m a second generation user of Vocalzone! My grandad who was also a singer swore by them and encouraged me from the age of about 10 to use them before every performance – and I haven’t looked back! Don’t go to a gig without them.”