THE FIRST SINGLE, WHICH DROPS FEBRUARY 9TH, IS FROM THEIR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW ALBUM - ILLUMINATE
Tomorrows Bad Sees unleash their new single “Frequency” on Friday, February 9th. The track is the first single from their highly-anticipated full length album Illuminate, due out in the Spring of 2018. The four piece band hails from the South Bay of Los Angeles and consists of Moises Juarez (lead-vocals), Matthew McEwan (vocals/guitar), Patrick Salmon (drums), and Andre Davis (bass). Since 2004, they’ve garnered critical acclaim and a strong worldwide fan base with their perfect mix of reggae, rock & pop.
This past week we were able to catch up with Tomorrows Bad Seeds as they came through New York City’s Gramercy Theatre with Common Kings. We sat down before the show with lead singer Moises “Moi” Juarez, guitarist Sean Chapman, guitarist Matthew “Mets” McEwan, drummer Patrick Salmon and bassist Andre Davis. Here is what they had to say.
Reggae In NYC (RN)
Tomorrows Bad Seeds (TBS)
RN: How has it been touring with Common Kings?
TBS: It’s been amazing. We have been friends for a long time and we come from a similar area in California. They are from Orange County. We are from Los Angeles. We met in Hawaii in 2012. We did a whole tour; Maui, Big Island and Oahu. That’s where we linked up and became good friends and then just recently we signed with Regime Management, who also manages the Common Kings and that’s where now there is even more an inner link. We are pretty blessed, but the tour has been so great. The response has been great and the Kings are our boys, so it’s been nothing but fun.
RN: I know the band was on hiatus for a while, as you explored some other projects what has brought you back together and touring?