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New Music- Tomorrow Is Lost Announce New Single “We Are The Lost”


Newcastle hot-rockers Tomorrow Is Lost had a fantastic 2017, the first year in the bands’ life and if their trajectory continues on the same path, this 5-piece will be storming the UK rock scene, taking no prisoners.

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 Max Mackenzie and bassist Adam Clements.

New music is right around the corner, with the release of a brand new single called “We Are The Lost” hitting stores and streaming services everywhere on Friday, 23rd February.  The second official single from Tomorrow Is Lost solidifies their intent, unashamedly declaring that ‘rock’s not dead’. Accompanying the single release is a rerecorded version of their cover of Sia’s Elastic Heart, another fan favourite from 2017.

Here’s what vocalist Cass King has to say about the new single:

“After giving fans just a glimmer of what was to come with our debut single ‘Insane’ – ‘We Are The Lost’ is a high octane, riff-laden anthem set to pull you into the very depths of our shadowy world.  This song is so much fun to play, in its original format it had crowds bouncing, now that it is complete we cannot wait for you all to hear it!”

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Tomorrow Is Lost Live Dates:
Feb 08 The Railway Bar, Gateshead
Feb 09 Eiger Studios, Leeds
Feb 10 The Brickyard, Carlisle
Feb 16 Fibbers, York
Feb 17 Dolls House, Abertillery
Feb 25 Black Mass Bar, Wakefield
Mar 04 Lendal Cellars, York
Mar 16 The Patriot, Newport
Mar 23 Empire, Rochdale
Mar 24 Little Buildings, Newcastle
Mar 30 Three Tuns, Gateshead
Mar 31 The Station, Cannock
Apr 07 The Mill, Crook
For ticket information for all shows, please see the Tomorrow Is Lost Website
About Bryan Joe Corder (2755 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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