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Logan Hileman, Bryan Tyler, and Corey Tyler are brothers in blood, and just as importantly, brothers in music. Together they make the band, Blind Tomorrow. As with any calling, natural talent plays a large role, and the trio are purely born musicians with abilities that defy their age. Together since their teens, they have gained the experience of composing songs, and through their symbiotic bonds, have been able to develop a magical voice and sound with Blind Tomorrow that many artists search a lifetime for.
Stylistically, Blind Tomorrow’s music may lie somewhere near Radiohead, Paramore and My Chemical Romance, but the three write and perform complex and potent songs full of pathos and rich textures that are distinctively their own. The angelic melodies, gut-pulling riffs, and heart-pounding drums coalesce into sonic tapestries that are, in a word, soulful. These qualities instantly attracted Denver producer Jeffrey Harrison and his record label, Artemesia Arts and Media.
Harrison discovered Blind Tomorrow at a chance meeting in a local music shop where he was stunned by their musicianship and their musical maturity. Shortly thereafter, he brought them into the studio to craft their debut album. As recording progressed, Harrison was consistently impressed with Blind Tomorrow's harmonious talents, which exceeded even his initial high expectations.
In 2011, Blind Tomorrow released a four-song EP, "Narrow Mind," as a preview to their full-length album. After releasing the EP, the band decided to take time off at the studio to play shows, connect with their fans, and also figure out line-up changes that were occurring at the time. Logan, Bryan, and Corey persisted and each agreed that the choice was clear; they would continue recording, and release the album, that they were destined to.
The reborn, Blind Tomorrow released their much anticipated full-length debut album, "The Void", on the Artemesia Arts and Media label, March 2014. The album release was held at the Hi-Dive Denver and was followed up with a Western US mini tour. Today they are turning their sites towards spreading the word around the rest of Colorado and a prospective tour in the fall.
Open your eyes and ears to Blind Tomorrow at www.BlindTomorrow.com.