There For Tomorrow
The name There For Tomorrow was never just a clever euphemism for the group of artists it embodies – it was a predetermined mission statement for their music.
“It’s important to us that our music makes an impact on lives, that it isn’t just a temporary trend,” said vocalist Maika Maile. “When we say we are There For Tomorrow, we mean just that.”
For their first full-length album, A Little Faster, the foursome from Orlando are offering a clear-cut look into their purpose and direction as a band of today’s music culture. Starting from the very first note, it’s a straightforward introspect that makes it easy to see why this band is one of music’s fastest-growing and respected up-and-comers.
Though, from the frenetic pace There For Tomorrow has been on the past few years, it’s quite possible the “up-and-comer” label is a bit skewed. Beginning with Pages, the group’s self-released 2007 debut EP, they were instantly noted as a band to keep a watchful eye -and ear- on. Attention and interest came swiftly from Hopeless Records, who added the band to their roster and soon put out the group’s second EP, a self-titled collection of sincere and irresistible tracks that was warmly received among peers and fans alike. A Little Faster, out June 9th, looks to keep the soaring rock and persistent catchiness of their previous efforts while adding a maturity and wisdom that’s not only personal, but also reflects the environment around them.