Religion of Tomorrow to release Next Time
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Cumbria’s alternative rock quartet, Religion of Tomorrow, are set to make their own waves in the music industry with the impending release of single ‘Next Time.’
With overtures of a self-harm element to the track the band are highlighting the cause and nature which it brings to people and are hoping that their new single, released on June 7, with help continue the raising of self-awareness to such a still often taboo subject.
Inspired by and connected to Anna Lee Gruenwald’s story the Cumbrian quartet took to their social media to tell the tale, posting the following: “Self-harm. It affects people of all ages, from all walks of life. It is very difficult for someone that has not experienced this or seen someone go through it, to understand what they have to endure on a daily basis.
“It is addictive, it is immediate relief, but it is destructive if it is not addressed. The focus of our new single ‘Next Time’ is to raise awareness of this and hopefully open people’s eyes to this very common issue so that they can remove the taboo and help loved ones to talk about the issue. For those who are experiencing this, you are not alone, there is always hope and happiness through the comfort of friends, family and independent support.”
For Religion of Tomorrow their single ‘Next Time’ aims to bring forth that awareness and let people know that indeed, they are not alone.
Bass player, Richard Gill said: “Next Time was wrote in the direction of increasing the awareness of self-harm and the use of language such as semi-colons etc. around it.
“They are supposed to be a positive turn, the music video relates in that and we felt obliged to give something back and involve the charities in this so people can see that we are not being grim, it’s just something we felt that we had to look into. Although the track isn’t focussed on Anna completely we feel that it is specific towards her and what people can, and do go through.”
Aside from ‘Next Time’ followers of Religion of Tomorrow have plenty to look forward from the Cumbrian set with a UK Tour pencilled in for the autumn as well as their recently announced outing at the ‘Rock n Blues All Dayer’ at the Copeland Stadium on August 8.
“Not just that but we’ve another little announcement due soon’” said a coy Bassist.
“The Copeland Stadium show is normally a much bigger festival but this type is a first and we’ll just have to wait and see how it all goes throughout the day, and night. We are very much looking forward to it though.”
So, for all Religion of Tomorrow followers, Cumbria’s finest are still mixing it as they look to expand the brand, and the band, further afield and with some effect.
Until ‘Next Time’
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Posted on 31/05/2015, in Music and tagged Alternative Rock, Anna Lee Gruenwald, Copeland Stadium, Cumbria, Music Management, Next Time, North East Music, Religion of Tomorrow, Richard Gill, Rock Music, Rock n Blues All Dayer, Whitehaven. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.