TRACK OF THE WEEK: Paris Youth Foundation are back with their brand new single ‘Tomorrow’
Scouse band Paris Youth Foundation unleash their brand new single ‘Tomorrow’, a euphoric offering that has cemented the bands’ sound: sad boy indie. Letting emotions run wild and soar, the five-piece feel a sense of nostalgia as they look back on life before it turned upside down – the sultry track is a bright light gazing into the near-future when pubs, bars, clubs, and most importantly, music venues can reopen.
Frontman and songwriter Kevin Potter wears his heart on his sleeve as he tells the tales of lovers and broken hearts whilst the rest of the band coat his caramel-smooth vocals in an arena-ready, chirpy-sounding tune.
Potter comments on the track: “Tomorrow is a song about living for Saturday night. It’s about hoping tomorrow never comes so you don’t have to deal with it. It’s a commentary on a post-breakup night out and how we surround ourselves with all the wrong things to numb the pain. It’s about how we use social media to lie to the world and smile through a screen even when we’re broken inside.”
If you close your eyes and blast ‘Tomorrow’, you’ll get your Charlie moment from The Perks Of A Wallflower. Only if you’re in the car though, in a tunnel.