The day has arrived, Tightrope is officially released through our Nocturne label today! The track is available on itunes, spotify and all major download services today and you can buy the tracks from our bandcamp here right now:
You can buy the 7″ single, complete with a download coupon from our online store or from the merch table at any of our upcoming shows!
We’ll be playing an intimate headline set at the tiny Old Joint Stock theatre in Birmingham on February 28th. We’re lucky to have our brilliant friends Kitten and Bear supporting and we’ll be playing a mix of new and old tracks and of course, the new single! Tickets will be £10 and we recommend booking in advance, the first 20 orders will be at the special early bird price of £8 from our website! Head over to this link to book now!
Here’s the video for our new single, Tightrope. Thanks to Tom Avery for his hard work filming and editing, we’re delighted with the results. You can now also preorder the 7″ through the store page of this site.
With it being Christmas we thought we’d give a little gift back to everyone who’s supported us this year. We’ve put together a little collection of songs spanning all our releases that you can download for FREE! Get the tracks here:
1. Winter In Bloom *
3. Ode To Work A Day
4. A Boat To Row, To Row To You
We’ll be playing the first ever All Years Leaving at the Hare & Hounds in Birmingham on November 15th. We’re joining some unbelievable acts from Birmingham and beyond including Dutch Uncles, Sky Larkin, Frankie & The Heartstrings, and the reunited Distophia. This Is Tmrw have put together a fantastic weekend so be sure to pick up your tickets from this link!
We’re very honoured to have been asked to open up for Devon and Mike O’Neill on the last two dates of their tour to celebrate the release of the album ‘Colours’. We’re huge fans so we’re delighted to be playing. We’ll be joining the tour for these dates:
Monday 28th October: Brighton, Green Door Store
Tuesday 29th October: Leamington, The Lamp
Ticket links on the shows page.
(Photo by Sam Wood)