Gone Tomorrow Drops Latest Rock Single ‘Projector Screens’
Gone Tomorrow is a young and exciting band from Teesside in Northeast England made up of college students and comrades who met before the pandemic began. The subsequent lockdowns slowed the band’s progress, but they also inspired lead singer Ben Ruddick to prepare more of the group’s snarling, heart-on-sleeve emotive lyrics for release.
The band’s sound has been characterized as a special fusion of atmospheric synth elements and raw garage rock-inspired Indie. The band is a true force to be reckoned with in the live music scene thanks to passionate vocals and a thunderous rhythm section.
Projector Screens, the group’s most recent single, ventures into uncharted musical territory with a slower, more minimally produced acoustic vibe. It is a love song with a small-town upbringing as the background. The song also touches on themes of fate and hope, resulting in a heartwarming indie-folk ballad about incredible people helping you get through tough times.
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