UK Pop-punksters PROMISE ME TOMORROW to release debut mini-album ‘Through It All’


UK pop-punksters are to release their spanking new mini-album ‘Through It All’ on Monday
23rd January 2012, through all digital stores.

High flying Promise Me Tomorrow are ready to set senses alight in 2012 with their debut mini-album ‘Through It All’. The energetic quartet have a clear focus and a hearty affection for catchy up-beat punk rock. Pulling inspiration from the likes of Kids In Glass Houses, Jimmy Eat World and You Me At Six, Promise Me Tomorrow cunningly weave infectious melodies and up-tempo song structures to stunning effect.

Formed in early 2010, South East Kent rockers, Promise Me Tomorrow, wasted no time in cutting their teeth on the local scene by playing a host of shows throughout the South. After a cluster of highly successful regional performances, the foursome continued their ascent by widening their reach to rack up further shows throughout the whole of the UK. Along the way, the lively upstarts notched up many impressive supports with the likes of Francesqa, Army of Freshmen, Pegasus Bridge and Jody has a Hitlist, Paige, Summerlin and The Morning Of. With these profile dates and a growing reputation for delivering an explosive live performance, the hard-working quartet have greatly expanded their appetite and fanbase.

To further their climb, the band released their debut single/video ‘You Haven’t Seen The Best Of Me‘, (cut by Sitcom Soldiers – ala Funeral For A Friend, DSHS, Fightstar). The single has helped to provide even greater awareness of the band and has set the scene for the four-piece to unleash their explosive debut mini-album ‘Through It All’ this January. The record is packed to the rafters with killer hooks and contagious melodies, from the hook heavy refrain of their past single ‘You Haven’t Seen The Best Of Me’, to the instantly delectable ‘More Than You Know’, which perfectly kicks off the record in supreme style. The release is sure to propel the energetic quartet to the higher echelons of the UK Brit-Rock fraternity in 2012 and beyond.


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