Tomorrow is Lost sign to Eclipse Records

We normally get a least half a dozen news pieces a day sent to us about a band signing to a label and sadly, we just can’t cover them all but this one, we just had to, mainly because we’ve been following Tomorrow is Lost more or less right from the start. So we’re rather chuffed for them.

Eclipse Records is delighted to announce the signing of Tomorrow Is Lost to an exclusive, worldwide deal. Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, they exploded onto the UK music scene in 2017 with their modern rock sound. The band quickly earned a reputation for their high energy live shows and are wrapping up a new full-length album which will be released in early 2020.

Guitarist Ryan O’Hara comments:

Signing with Eclipse Records is such an amazing opportunity for the band. It opens so many new doors for us and will help us reach new markets. We want the world to enjoy & believe in the music as much as we do and now  because of the amazing support that has already been shown by Chris and the team at Eclipse, we have the opportunity to put it all on the line and really give this thing a shot.

Founding member and guitarist, Joe Mac, adds:

I am absolutely thrilled to be signing to Eclipse. I think it’s an amazing opportunity for the band and I can’t thank the label enough for giving us a shot at this!

So there you have it. 2020 can’t come soon enough to hear what they’ve got instore for us, especially given how awesome last year’s The Shadowman EP was. And we’ll likely hear some of the material the band have been working on and will feature on the as-yet-unnamed album next Friday 11th October when they play Glasgow’s G2 with Anchor Lane.

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October 2, 2019 3:44 PM

They don’t have a bad sound. As an old fart who came up through the 80’s I like the dual guitars. I would love to hear them add a second male vocal who can scream. I think they would hit a larger audience. Also someone should tell her it’s a music video not a girls gone wild commercial. Her video performance looked so forced. Nothing natural about it.