Hailing from Wolcott, CT, Forget Tomorrow is a six-piece R&B rock band that has been pushing musical limits within this past year, currently accomplishing their goal of having their music travel into the ears of many. With a clear vision, “whatever it takes” mentality, tour history, and fresh new music, the band shows no signs of slowing down.
The dynamic six-piece self-released a six-song EP last year, entitled “Identity”, which has recieved an excellent response in the form of sales, streams, social media hype, and multiple positive reviews. In support of the release, the band then embarked on three tours of the eastern US, spreading their message through a high-energy live show to thousands of new faces in 2015.
On February 6, 2016, a tragic event in Forget Tomorrow’s career occured. Their guitarist and founding member, Dustin Paolino, died in a car accident. The band had their doubts, unsure of exactly how to proceed, if at all. They decided it would be only right to carry on his legacy and march forward. On March 11, 2016, Forget Tomorrow self released their EP “ Wasted Time”, which was followed up by an EP release tour.
The EP was produced, mixed, and mastered by Andrew Baylis (Sylar, Conditions, My Enemies & I). This EP is undoubtedly the bands strongest to date, truly depicting the evolution and maturation of their sound. Both their R&B and hardcore influences are evident in these songs, giving the band an extremely catchy, polished, and passionate piece of material. Keeping up the momentum, the band played the main stage of the 2016 Vans Warped Tour for the Connecticut date. They now have plans to shoot a new music video and have 4 completed new tracks by the end of 2016.
Forget Tomorrow is fully prepared to do what it takes to advance to the next level, and are currently pursuing record labels, management groups, and booking agents to help them further their musical career.