• Premiere: Tomorrows – Nightshade

    A self-proclaimed fuzzy account of a long night out in Dublin (hey, we’ve all been there) ‘Nightshade’ by Dublin quartet Tomorrows is a sorcerous five-minute effort that marries slick, woozy textures with an overarching air of wanderlust. Initial recordings for the track – which will feature on the band’s new album, The Night Chorus 1 – were made on an 8 track Tascam reel-to-reel machine, before being brought to Christian Best (O Emperor, Marlene Enright) who recorded the drums and mixed the track. Driving it all home is Irish artist Ursula Woods’ sublime video to accompany the single. Shot on an Autumn evening…

  • Watch: Tomorrows – Ricochet

    Featuring the ever encahnting Laura Sheeran, Dublin “cosmic-pop” quartet Tomorrows have unveiled the video for their new single ‘Ricochet’. Filmed by David O’Carroll of The People We Meet, Sheeran’s nocturnal traipse through the streets of Dublin town strikes a perfectly playful contrast with the track’s buoyant melodic flow. The single is a highlight from Tomorrows’ Trout Records-released album Another Life, which you can stream in full/buy here.

  • The Thin Air Tracks of the Week: J Mascis, Solar Bears, Thee Oh Sees, Enemies etc.

    You know, we got thinking: three years in, it’s really about time that we started herding up our very favourite tracks – Irish and international – and putting them in one place, each and every week. That very obvious thought developed into a very simple plan (ten or so positively must-hear tracks every Thursday) and here we are. This is it. You are here. Dig below. Enemies – ‘itsallwaves’ RIP Enemies. Don’t miss their farewell show at Vicar Street in December. J Mascis – ‘Waltz 2’ (Elliott Smith cover) It probably shouldn’t work but it does. Go here, man. Crystal…

  • Premiere: DIVAN – Sale of Lakes

    Formed out of the need to explore new territory away from their other projects, Dublin imports DIVAN, made up of members of Ambience Affair and Tomorrows have found a new lease of life on their forthcoming album Modern Knowledge. Produced by Ramona Falls, Menomena and EL VY man Brent Knopf, expect the album to be one rich with depth and melody. Brian Coney chatted to the band about their formation and their ethos. Listen to ‘Sale of Lakes’ below. Hi guys. First up, for those completely new to you, can you give us a bit of background to the formation of the…

  • Stream: Tomorrows – The Circle

    With the turn of summer rather precariously around the corner, Dublin band Tomorrows have offered up a sun-kissed, melancholy-tinged one-track soundtrack in the form of ‘The Circle’. Conjuring the likes of the Spinto Band and Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin, the track follows on very nicely from the equally impressive ‘Another Life’ and ‘Free’, going that bit further and hitting home with its simple, warped pop wanderlust. We’re big fans.