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From Frontiers:

BREAKING NEWS: A New Tomorrow will release their debut album, "Universe" on December 6, 2019. More details, first single, and pre-orders to be announced in the coming weeks.

For those unfamiliar with the band, it is comprised of vocalist/guitarist Alessio Garavello (ex-Power Quest/Arthemis), bassist Andrea Lonardi, drummer Tim Hall, and guitarist Michael Kew (Vega). The band formed in 2009 and have since honed their sound into powerful, uplifting, hard-hitting, melodic hard rock, which drew the attention of Frontiers in 2018 and led to the band's signing.

Track listing:
1. I Wanna Live
2. A Million Stars
3. Golden Sands
4. Ignition
5. Mother Earth Is Calling
6. Mountains
7. Step Into The Wild...
8. ...Home
9. Multitude of Nothing
10. Universe
11. Abrasive (Bonus Track - Physical Versions ONLY)

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First single 'I Wanna Live' premiers next week (Tuesday)

From Frontiers:
Formed in London by vocalist/guitarist Alessio Garavello (ex-Powerquest/Arthemis) and bassist Andrea Lonardi, the two were later joined by drummer Tim Hall and guitarist Michael Kew. A New Tomorrow have spent the past few years honing their sound into the potent mix of uplifting, hard-hitting, melodic hard rock that you now hear today.

Harnessing influences from the likes of musical heroes such as Alter Bridge, Foo Fighters, Metallica, and Green Day, the band have been defining their sound during years of shows across the UK, Italy, and elsewhere in Europe. Offering fast and furious riffing coupled with super melodic hook lines, they have an original and cool take on the hard rock style. A New Tomorrow are indeed a sorely needed breath of fresh air in the current scene. 

Drummer Tim Hall says, “Several years of amazing times, full of both ups and downs, not just as a band but as great friends, gave us the foundation to write something special for this record. "Universe" became the only title to encompass all our experiences as individuals and as a band, with themes – from fear and doubt to taking back the pursuit of our hopes and dreams – that I think all of us can identify with. The time we took gaining experience as a band, before writing "Universe", has really allowed us to find our own space within the music allowing our own individual influences to come across a lot more than in our previous releases. Expect our heaviest, yet most dynamic range of songs to date! With intricate, interwoven grooves, alongside blankets of melodic guitars and powerful vocals. We feel invigorated playing this music and can’t wait to unleash that energy with you live in 2020!”

A New Tomorrow’s love for life and go-getter attitude, both on and off stage, complete the picture of one of the hottest bands to come out of the British underground in recent times.

 

 

 

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New song....kind of. Read the press release:

"We chose to remake this song for a few different reasons. Not only is it the first song we ever wrote together (the title later becoming the band name) so we're a little sentimental on it, but lyrically it's still one of the most meaningful, uplifting tracks we've ever made which, we think we can all agree, the world needs right now.

After all these years we were still so proud of the song and are so pleased to have been able to give it the quality production that it deserved. We filmed a music video 'fly on the wall' style over the few days we were recording too, to really capture the emotions and hard work we put into it.

In a way, re-recording and releasing our first ever track really bookends the first chapter of this band's history nicely, as we continue writing our second album and exploring new ideas.

We want to thank everybody for their support and love for this band, and proudly present this song as a light for these challenging times." - A New Tomorrow

 

 

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