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Richmond, VA's Tomorrows create a brand of anthemic alternative rock that's unique flavor is set to bring rock back to the pop zeitgeist.
Made up of brothers Jim and Jack Ivins, Tomorrows have broke out with just a single release, having scored rave reviews from publications such as Kings Of A&R, Absolutepunk.net, as well as multiple features in The Aquarian, among others.
Formerly The Jim Ivins Band, the brothers have spent the last few years opening for the likes of Switchfoot, Rooney, Parachute, Airborne Toxic Event, The Unlikely Candidates, Cute Is What We Aim For, Cracker, Carbon Leaf, Carolina Liar, The Ataris, Mae, The Rocket Summer & He Is We, among others (including inadvertently opening for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis at SXSW 2013). Their music has been featured in multiple episodes of MTV's The Real World and Big Tips Texas, Oxygen's Best Ink and has been used by NASCAR and Fox Sports.
The band’s first single “Heartbreakers,” off their upcoming 2014 full-length debut The Code Duello, is a rollicking tale of a one-night-stand gone wrong, written from the perspective of two double-crossers trying to double-cross each other. The late-night darkness of these lyrics is perfectly underscored by Jack’s propulsive drumming and Jim’s vibrant guitars, creating a fine balance of 2010's-flavored rock with a harmony-laden pop hook that is sure to light up the airwaves.
Tomorrows' debut, The Code Duello, was brought to life with the help of producer Anthony “Rocky” Gallo (John Legend, The xx, Matt and Kim). In the past, the brothers have also associated themselves with other top names in the studio such as Grammy Award winners John Seymour (U2, Santana, Dave Matthews Band) and Michael Congdon (Chris Brown), American Music Award and ASCAP Pop Award winner Bill Leverty (Firehouse), as well as Mark Santangelo (Neon Trees, The Weeknd, Neil Diamond) and The Early November's Ace Enders. Says Skope Magazine, "whether it’s rock you crave or pop goodness that you desire, Tomorrows will satisfy all of your musical needs."