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There For Tomorrow To Release New EP In January

Earlier this morning, the Orlando-based quartet There For Tomorrow announced that they will be releasing a new EP this January via their longtime label, Hopeless Records. You can check out said announcement for yourself by following the jump. For the most part, 2013 has been a quiet year for the group, following a hectic, tour-heavy […]


STREAM: There For Tomorrow – Road To Nowhere

Orlando rockers There For Tomorrow have come out firing with their new single “Road To Nowhere” and it is a hit on UTG! Blending elements that TFT brought out in the new effort, The Verge, the band show us just how dominant they will be in 2012. Under The Gun Review will be bringing you […]


There For Tomorrow Acoustic “A Little Faster”

Maika Maile (There For Tomorrow) had some free time in Boston, the other night, and decided to break out an acoustic rendition of their older song “A Little Faster” for the Nerf company. He used a small amp, his electric guitar and some crunchy tones to ad some grit to the performance. Watch by simply […]


There For Tomorrow Perform Acoustic

There For Tomorrow teamed up with Invisible Children, which is dedicated to helping end the war in Africa. Frontman Maika Maile was filmed performing a song off of their new album, The Verge, called “Slip Inside.” He gathered a small crowd and sings his heart out, while in the cold, and the results are as […]

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There For Tomorrow performs “The Joyride” acoustic

Maika Maile, frontman for There For Tomorrow, performed an acoustic song off of the band’s latest release, The Verge, entitled “The Joyride.” You can watch it right here, courtesy of Punk Videos Rock, and let us know your thoughts.

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There For Tomorrow performs “Slip Inside” acoustic

There For Tomorrow‘s frontman Maika Maile performed an acoustic song off of the band’s latest release, The Verge, called “Slip Inside.” Watch it right here, courtesy of Punk Videos Rock, and give us some feedback.

MUSIC VIDEO: There For Tomorrow – Hunt Hunt Hunt

There For Tomorrow, one of our favorite bands around the site, have officially released the video for their single “Hunt Hunt Hunt.” Extending the themes from their previos clips, “Hunt Hunt Hunt” showcases the band’s exhilarating performance style, as well as the occasional after effects tweak. Nothing too fancy, but exactly what was needed: Get […]

MTV names There For Tomorrow “PUSH Artist Of The Week”

It is no secret MTV has almost completely abandoned their original plan of broadcasting music to the masses, but that hasn’t stopped them from blogging! Clinging to relevance, yet still catering to the masses too lazy to discover new talent on their own, the once great music empire has wisely chosen There For Tomorrow as […]

There For Tomorrow track-by-track

There For Tomorrow vocalist Maika Maile has opened up about the meaning behind each and every song on The Verge. Click here to read what he had to say. The Verge hit stores this week and comes highly recommended by our staff.

There For Tomorrow stream ‘The Verge’ on AOL

You heard correctly, TFT fans! There For Tomorrow are currently streaming their forthcoming album, The Verge, is its entirety on AOL. The album is released tomorrow via Hopeless Records so go pick it up right here.

There For Tomorrow – Nowhere BLVD Live

MTV posted a live video of There For Tomorrow performing “Nowhere BLVD” in the studio. The song will be featured on their new album, The Verge, which is available June 28th. Check out the video below. Tags: There For Tomorrow, Music, More Music Videos


REVIEW: There For Tomorrow – The Verge

“I thought a lot about going in depth with this review, analyzing each and every moment for messages and observations, but in the end I felt it would be the wrong move. You see, The Verge is one of those rare albums that almost demands your full attention throughout. Rarely, if ever, will you find yourself entirely bored or uninterested in a song. I’m not saying they are all platinum hits, but I would be lying if I said I could remember disliking any specific track.”