Produced by my all-time favorite producer James Paul Wisner, Pages is the debut EP from rock quintet There For Tomorrow. These boys are textbook James Paul Wisner products as their riffs are heavy with energy, high on melody, and exploding with instant pop-rock appeal. If you’re a fan of Saosin, Boys Like Girls, and Hit The Lights consider yourself already a fan as There For Tomorrow effortlessly walk the line between these bands.
Pages is like a novella in itself possessing the infectious, suspenseful quality of a short story that you can’t put down. From start to finish each track will grab you in and keep you rocking. Opener “Wrong Way To Hide” punctuates There For Tomorrow’s high energy, vocally riveting performance style. Follow-up “Addiction And Her Name” is ripe with sing-along verses and get-on-your-feet riffs. I could go on to describe every track on this EP because they’re all worthy of your attention, but I’m going to save my breath and provide you a link to their myspace because hearing really is believing.
Admittedly, these Florida natives aren’t doing anything particularly new, but they do it so well that it’s easy to forget that tons of bands have already walked this walk. If There For Tomorrow don’t become your new favorite band in March, I’ll be shocked. Powerful vocals, addictive guitars, and crazy energy, what’s there to stop you from picking this up on Tuesday?!?
1. Wrong Way To Hide
2. Addiction And Her Name
5. Taking Chances
All of them