Artist info

Genre

Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Luca Brasi, Kisschasy


band members

Cody - Vocals and Guitar. Sam - Bass and Backing Vocals. Tom - Lead Guitar. Henry - Drums.


Influences

Luca Brasi, Kisschasy


Website

Gig

Down For Tomorrow

Strong impact coarse language and/or themes

1 Sep

King Street Crawl ...

Sydney, 2042

Newtown

8:00pm

Bio

Down For Tomorrow are a melody soaked grunge-punk band hailing from Sydney's Northern Beaches.

Formed in 2016, Cody Stebbings (Guitar/Vocals), Sam Richardson (Bass/Vocals), Tom Bleasdale (Lead Guitar) and Henry Beard (Drums) pulled in and began crafting their signature Aussie grunge sound with ‘the right mix of emotion and energy’ Dave Rube Howe (triple j).

Since their inception, Down For Tomorrow have continually traversed the east coast of Australia, playing house parties, bars and all ages events. Over the last year they have supported other heavyweight Australian bands such as Dear Seattle, Dead Letter Circus, RedHook, Forever Ends Here, The Dead Love and Yours Truly.

The band have quickly gathered a following for their pop-punk tunes, landing placement on Spotify’s ‘Rock Out’. and ‘Local Noise’ playlists and collecting a slew of radio spins the world over, including local tastemakers triple j, triple j Unearthed.

Drawing on their roots of rock and punk, including influences Luca Brasi, Green Day and Kisschasy, the young 4-piece’s sound is unashamedly Australian, instantly familiar, yet very much their own.

Review

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

29 May 2019

Triple J
45

Punch in the gut indeed. See you in the mosh!

Punch in the gut indeed. See you in the mosh!

Review

Review by Lucy Smith Lucy Smith

27 May 2019

Triple J
40

That last 'FUCK' did it for me. Sums up a v. cathartic release.

That last 'FUCK' did it for me. Sums up a v. cathartic release.

Review

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

13 May 2019

Triple J
40

Channeling some real pain here. That scream at the 2.40 mark is a good one! Must have felt good to get that out.

Channeling some real pain here. That scream at the 2.40 mark is a good one! Must have felt good to get that out.