Radical Something - Tomorrow

Posted 3 years ago
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SUMMERofRAD Series

Musical trio Radical Something continue to provide the unofficial soundtrack to summer thanks to Tomorrow, the newest record released in their SUMMERofRAD series. Now in its fifth week, the musical series has consisted of an array of tunes from the upbeat Start Livin to the pleasantly mellow Lemonade, but on Tomorrow the fellas tone down things a bit. Rugged vocals paired with stripped down instrumentals creates a simplistic tune that’ll likely be the closing song for backyard bonfires up and down the Pacific Coast. So does that mean that fire-fearing East Coast listeners won’t dig the song’s vibe? Not at all.  Tomorrow can still be enjoyed just about anywhere you live. Expect the newest SUMMERofRAD addition, Santa Barbara, to drop on Monday, July 16.

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