Amazing Young Rockers “Tomorrow Depends” Take the Music Industry by Storm

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Three-piece teenage alternative rock band from Canada continues to rack up numerous awards year after year.

Among the myriad of bands competing for mainstream attention, there is one group that is standing out from the rest of the pack. Tomorrow Depends is a three-piece alternative rock act from London, Ontario with the sound and energy from which legends are made. Recently nominated for “Best Young Songwriters” at the 2010 Toronto Independent Music Awards, as well as “Favorite Rock Group” at the 2010 London Music Awards, Tomorrow Depends is on it’s way to becoming a major presence in the music world. Their song “The Beauty of the Breakdown,” from their 2008 5-song EP release, was chosen for the Canadian extreme sports reality TV show “The Adrenaline Project.” The catchy, yet dynamic drive of the band is contagious – their popularity at the Provincial Youth Talent Search took them all the way to the top 13 of over 200 entries and made them finalists at the Jack Richardson Music Awards two years in a row (2009, 2010). These are impressive credentials, especially when you consider the fact that these guys are still teenagers - none in the band have even reached the ripe old age of eighteen.

The band features the vocal, guitar and songwriting talents of Max Holden, accompanied by a powerful rhythmic drive form Phil Spina on bass and Kevin Heslop on Drums. Tomorrow Depends is currently under the guidance of two of the executives at Lure Records, promoter Ken Pearson and producer Todd Washburn, who plan to help take the band to the next level. With new songs in production and a promotional campaign needed to kick off an extended tour, these guys are sure to make a name for themselves.

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