A great Pop-Punk EP that most rock fans can enjoy.
May be too much on the punk side of things for some listeners.
There for Tomorrow is:
Maika Maile: Vocals, Guitar, Programming
Christian Climer: Guitar, Backup Vocals
Jay Enriquez: Bass, Backup Vocals
Christopher Kamrada: Drums, Samples
After a successful EP, Orlando, Florida rockers There for Tomorrow released their Hopeless Records debut full-length, A Little Faster, back in 2009.
There for Tomorrow’s album is mostly produced by David Bendeth, who’s credits include Paramore’s Riot!, Madina Lake’s Attics to Eden, and Breaking Benjamin’s last three records (We Are Not Alone, Phobia, and Dear Agony).
The thing that I like the most about this record and this band is that while There for Tomorrow is a pop-punk band, their music is heavy enough to appeal to hard rock fans without completely alienating their core fanbase.
The heaviness combined with the pop-punk catchiness creates anthems such as an unbeatable one-two punch of “The Remedy” and “A Little Faster”.
The lead single and title track is my favorite song on the album. However, unlike a lot of albums where you hear the lead single and the rest of the album doesn’t seem to live up to it, A Little Faster is one of those albums that is a straight listen front to back, much like the aforementioned Bendeth-produced records.
All this being said, the hard rock fan in me likes the faster-paced songs on the record such as “Sore Winner” and “The World Calling”. But there’s something for everyone on this album and it’s sure to put the world on its ear.