Before Orlando's THERE FOR TOMORROW release their highly-anticipated debut album A LITTLE FASTER on June 9, 2009 via Hopeless Records, they have decided to whet fans' appetites by unleashing the first single and title track "A LITTLE FASTER" on iTunes today (April 28th). The song will also go live on all of their authorized digital service providers like MySpace, PureVolume, etc. The direct iTunes link is:
Fueled by powerful slash and burn guitars, a tight rhythm section and Maika Maile's very distinctive vocals, "A Little Faster" is a great indication of how confident and assured they've come in their songwriting and musicianship. It also reinforces Billboard's praise calling the band "a perfect mix of neo-rock, indie pop, and punk" and AbsolutePunk's claim that they are "a skilled band with mountains of potential."
Proclaimed by Alternative Press as one of the enviable "100 Bands to Watch for 2009" and winner of mtvU's very prestigious "Breaking Woodie Award" for Best Emerging Artist, There For Tomorrow has been building up steam and momentum in preparation for their upcoming album at a death-defying speed. The release of their self-titled EP in 2008 garnered them plaudits like above and also the cover of the hometown wine and celebrity publication, Orlando Magazine, Alloy.com's "Top Ten Albums To Be Psyched For in '09" and massive amounts of other acclaim from the media.
There For Tomorrow's debut album A LITTLE FASTER will be released on June 9, 2009 via Hopeless Records and was produced by James Paul Wisner (Dashboard Confessional, UnderOATH, Paramore) and David Bendeth (Breaking Benjamin, All Time Low, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus). The band is currently on the road with Versa Emerge and will be performing on Bamboozle on May 3rd as well as the full 2009 Vans Warped Tour.