Reimagined. Refreshed. Revitalized. Ready. Four terms that define Forget Tomorrow’s new vision for the future as they push their musical limits forward. While calling Connecticut their home, the five-piece R&B rock act has expanded their sound to please the ears of many throughout the world. With their “whatever it takes” mentality, tour history, and fresh new genre of music, the band shows no signs of slowing down.
2017 started out explosively for the band, dropping their first of many singles with “The Real Thing” in February, accompanied by a music video that amassed over 100,000 views in its first month alone. From then, it was a rapid-fire pace of releases, following it up with the singles “Say No More” and “Too Soon” in subsequent months. Their first leap into this newly-formed sound was capped off with the release of “Be Yourself” in July, a groovy, fun-filled hit that incorporates elements of modern day pop. Not stopping there, they proceeded to release dance remixes of these singles to further expand their footprint towards the mainstream world.
On February 6, 2016, a tragic event in Forget Tomorrow’s career occurred. 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. That same summer, the band played the main stage of the 2016 Vans Warped Tour for the Connecticut date, followed by a string of their own tour dates to cap off the year.
Keeping their foot on the gas, the band plans to finish a five song EP and music video by the end of August 2017. One of their main goals in 2017 was to provide fans with a constant stream of new music, and they have been delivering thus far. This latest music will further their push towards a more pop-infused approach which the band believes will lend itself to an even wider audience.
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 career.