THERE FOR TOMORROW Set To Debut Video For “Deathbed”

On Tuesday, June 29th, Orlando rockers THERE FOR TOMORROW will debut the video for their track “Deathbed” on MTV2 and mtvU. Catch the first airing at 6AM EST. The track is off their debut Hopeless Records release, A LITTLE FASTER. Make sure to stay tuned for more details including behind the scenes photos and videos.

There For Tomorrow are currently out on the Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour along with Every Avenue, The Secret Handshake and Sing It Loud (tour dates below).

With glowing reviews of their debut album A Little Faster flowing out like water from a faucet, these four strapping lads have been building a strong and stable foundation as career artists. AbsolutePunk raves, “A Little Faster an excellent debut from a young band who has accomplished a lot at a young age… My advice: spend your summer rocking out to A Little Faster.” Albuquerque Journal uncovered the band’s secret and said, “Some of the defining keys to There For Tomorrow’s popularity has been its driving sweeps of swelling choruses, tasty harmonies , heart-worn lyrics and deft fretwork soaked in a layer of bottom-heavy four-string grooves and drums.” All Music Guide adds, “A Little Faster showcases [the band’s] sharp writing, youthful enthusiasm, and highly accessible, pop-infused take on emo.”

On the strength of their self-titled debut, the band was tagged as one of Alternative Press’ enviable “100 Bands to Watch for 2009”, in which they gushed, “Given this Florida pop-rock collective’s catchy hooks, it’s not a question of if There For Tomorrow will be kings of the scene, but when.” The band had also garnered a major distinction of winning mtvU’s very prestigious “Breaking Woodie Award” for Best Emerging Artist and the highly-coveted cover of their hometown’s city tome, Orlando Magazine, with the distinction of being the youngest cover artists ever.

Rock Yourself To Sleep Tour
with Every Avenue, The Secret Handshake and Sing It Loud Tour dates:
Jun 29 Hawthorne Theatre Portland, OR
Jun 30 El Corazon Seattle, WA
Jul 02 The Complex Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 03 Marquis Theatre Denver, CO
Jul 05 Sokol Underground Omaha, NE
Jul 06 Station 4 St. Paul, MN Jul 07 Metro Chicago, IL
Jul 09 New Daisy Theatre Memphis, TN
Jul 10 Rocketown Nashville, TN
Jul 11 New Brookland Tavern West Columbia, SC
Jul 12 Jack Rabbits Jacksonville, FL
Jul 13 The State Theatre St. Petersburg, FL
Jul 14 Culture Room Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Jul 15 The Social Orlando, FL
Jul 16 The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
Jul 17 The Brewery Raleigh, NC
Jul 18 Skate High Virginia Beach, VA Jul 20 Gramercy Theatre New York, NY
Jul 21 Recher Theatre Towson, MD
Jul 22 Crazy Donkey Farmingdale, NY
Jul 23 Trocadero Philadelphia, PA
Jul 24 The Palladium Worcester, MA
Jul 25 Northern Lights Clifton Park, NY
Jul 26 Xtreme Wheels Buffalo, NY
Jul 28 Peabody’s Cleveland, OH
Jul 29 The Mixtape Grand Rapids, MI

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