For Fans Of: Slowly Slowly | Introducing: Sydney’s Down For Tomorrow

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Feature Artist: Down For Tomorrow

For Fans Of: Slowly Slowly, Dear Seattle, Luca Brasi, Kisschasy, Bakers Eddy, Hockey Dad

Hometown: Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Genre: Punk

The 411:

Sydney indie-punk quartet Down For Tomorrow have dished up new single ‘Emily’ – produced and mixed by Stevie Knight (Stand Atlantic, Yours Truly, The Dead Love). According to frontmn Cody Stebbings, the tune was inspired by a negative interstate experience.

“The song is fuelled with denial and confusion, due to how hard it is to outrun and overcome our mistakes and mishaps,” he says. “I guess we learn from them one way or another. In most cases for me, it’s the hard way.”

Live Dates:

Pending the end of the global pandemic.

Our Review:

Down For Tomorrow are fast making a name for themselves as one of the brightest sparks in Australian punk’s new wave. ‘Emily’ is yet another shining example of the young act’s emotionally-charged, heart-on-your-sleeve songwriting and anthemic, head-banging energy. And it’s bloody ‘uge.

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