A night of 'wonky psychedelic pop' @ Eclectics

New album and Galway gig from Dublin band Tomorrows



TOMORROWS' music has been described as "wonky psychedelic pop" and be compared to soft-rock giants Billy Joel and Supertramp, and they are about to released their new album.

Tomorrows play the next Eclectics night at The Black Gate Cultural Centre, St Francis Street, on Wednesday February 26 at 9pm. The band have taken the unusual step of releasing their latest album in two stages.

The Night Chorus Part 1 was released in June 2019. It was named Dan Hegarty’s album of the week on 2FM and was given 4/5 stars by The Irish Times. Part 2 will be released tomorrow. Clashmusic has described the band as playing "very modern pop", while Nialler9 called their sound "op-smudged psychedelic pop, wistful indie, drifting orchestral lifts".

Support is from Galway indie-rockers Field Trip. Tickets are €10 from bit.ly/eclecticstomo


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