Too Late for Tomorrow-EP Debut Review

| February 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

by Jenn Cohen

The latest effort from Too Late for Tomorrow is their self-titled, 6-track, debut EP. Consisting of Tim Wenger (vocals, guitar), Josh Cordova (drums, vocals), and Greg Bell (bass, vocals), the local punk band jumpstarts their album with the guitar-heavy “What’s to Gain,” and doesn’t relent as it carries you through the rhythmically solid EP. My favorite tracks, the ska-flavored “Catalyst,” and “So Long,” a track about saying sayonara to a toxic relationship, provide a solid first half, before rounding the album out with the catchy chorus on “Lines and Lies,” and ending with “I Guess I was Your Jimmy Cooper.” Formed in early 2011, these guys are making some noise around Denver. Catch them on March 22 @ Herman’s Hideaway.


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Category: A-Sides

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