North East hard rock band, Tomorrow is Lost, are gearing up to launch their first single, ‘Insane’, at Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle this month.
The five-piece, fronted by Cass King, formed in January 2017 when Cass and guitarist, Joe Mac, recruited bassist, Adam Clements, and drummer, Andrew Taylor.
Having only met twice prior to their first gig, Tomorrow is Lost played the O2 Academy mainstage as part of the Soundwaves Music Competition Final. It was there that they also met Dave O’Hara (from the band A Joker’s Rage) who would go on to become their manager. Dave’s son, Ryan, would then complete Tomorrow is Lost’s line-up as the second guitarist after playing a cover of Guns N’ Roses song ‘Nightrain’ and impressing Cass and the others.
The band recorded a cover of Sia’s ‘Elastic Heart’ which gained a strong online response and served as a launchpad for their first original release, ‘Insane’, which was co-written with former band member, Fin Hewitson.
Tomorrow is Lost specify that this track is the first in a trilogy of ‘Shadowman Singles’ which will be revealed in the run-up to the album’s release.
‘Insane’ was also featured on the airwaves by Nick Roberts during BBC Introducing in the North East, giving the band the first play of their debut single.
Tomorrow is Lost are set to play regular shows throughout October, making appearances in Arbertillery, Carlisle and Newcastle. The debut single is available for iTunes pre-order from Friday 13th October.
‘Insane’ is officially launched at ‘The Asylum’ at Jumpin’ Jacks, Newcastle on Saturday 28th October including support from local heavy rockers, Cherry Leather. Tickets, priced at £5.00 in advance, are available from seetickets.com. And as an added bonus for heading down early, the first twenty people through the doors will receive a special gift.