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Goodbye Tomorrow

Infusing their bedrock emo bottom with Sigur Rós-like billows of wish pop atmosphere, the drummerless quartet Goodbye Tomorrow equalize neatly between aggression and prettiness, sounding sometimes such as a more song-oriented version of post-rock soundscape artists like Explosions in the Sky or Perform Make Say Believe. The initial lineup of Goodbye Tomorrow produced in Phoenix, AZ, in 2003, however the youthful band didn’t take its last form until 2006, when charter associates David Roat (bass and coding) and Josh Johnson (electric guitar) were joined up with by vocalist and acoustic guitarist Travis Bryant, previously from the Texas-based Christian emo action Terminal, and guitarist and programmer Matt Grabe. (Primary vocalist Matthew Gilbert and drummer Josh Niles made an appearance within the band’s 2004 self-released demonstration Tied by Kilometers.) Signing towards the indie label Equivalent Vision Information (Coheed & Cambria, the Audio of Animals Fighting with each other) in the springtime of 2006, Goodbye Tomorrow released a self-titled three-song EP in July of this yr, and by early 2007, Austin Wilson got become their fresh drummer.

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