Scottish alternative rockers STAY FOR TOMORROW have just delivered an ultra-hooky piece of gripping alt-rock in the shape of their new single, I Don’t Need You To Save Me, out now. The track is a contagious cut, loaded to the nines with engaging guitar parts and framed by an anthemic chorus. Watch the video, here – https://youtu.be/3SdJGA2oNnw .
Formed in 2018 and hailing from Dunfermline, Scotland, STAY FOR TOMORROW feature the aural talents of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe MacFarlane, lead guitarist Nic Holson, drummer Sean Priestley and bassist Ollie Cobbett. Drawing glowing comparisons to Twin Atlantic, Biffy Clyro, and Foo Fighters, the quartet began to make waves throughout the scene in 2019 with the release of their self-produced debut single, Kings and Queens. The band followed this release with the launch of their sophomore single, Rumours. Industry interest intensified and the Scottish tunesmiths signed with Reaction Management prior to delivering their third single, Criminal, which saw the foursome collaborate with talented singer Aveleen Rose.
The alt rockers’ live reputation increased as shows gathered steam and by the end of the 2019, STAY FOR TOMORROW had amassed a dedicated loyal fanbase. During the past twelve months, the band turned their attention to the recording studio and now have an arsenal of supreme recordings in hand. The anthemic rock crew have now released their latest single, I Don’t Need You To Save Me, and it’s an absolute firecracker. The guys remark about the track:” ‘I Don’t Need You To Save Me’ is an empowering indie rock song. The lyrics drive a story about overcoming and stepping away from a toxic relationship. It addresses the struggles that many face and the importance of rebuilding your self-worth.”