A musical appeal to peace! Alternative rock-band Tomorrow’s Fate releases new single called “Be Human”

With their new single Be Human the band releases an important statement for peaceful coexistence and calls people to reason. 

After celebrating their debut with their single Son come home in January last year, followed by Don’t forget to rock in June, a driving alternative rock composition which filled their audience with big enthusiasm, they are now releasing their third single Be human on May 6, 2022. The song carries a message of peace and coexistence with melodic lead guitars and a solid rhythm. It furthermore forms a part of their debut album Appreciate the time, which is about to be released this summer. 

“Together we can make the world a better place!”. That’s the motto of singer and bassist Benjamin Künstner, guitarist Manuel Rojak, singer and guitarist André Reiter and drummer Manuel Wallis. Four men from Austria, who use the lyrics of this song to form a clear rejection to any kind of hate, smear and warmongering. This is shown once again with the accompanying and artfully staged lyric video, made by Tobias Frick. 

Founded in 2017, Tomorrow’s Fate played a streaming concert as part of the Graz Connected event in the past crisis-ridden year and impressed with an acoustic set as part of a concert at Atelier 12 in Graz. Anyone who would like to get a live impression of this young and dynamic rock band, has the opportunity to do so at the “MitEinand Festival” on July 16, 2022 and at the INNROCKreloaded Festival (Radfeld/Tyrol) on Friday, August 5, 2022. At both events, Tomorrow’s Fate will rock with top-class national and international artists.

Produced my Nino Markgraf (Irem, Awaken Shepherd, Bad Bullet), “Be Human” is an uncompromisingly honest and touching appetizer to Tomorrow’s Fate’s upcoming debut album “Appreciate The Time”, which is expected to be released this summer via NRT Records. 

If you want to know more about the band, you should take a closer look at the following links below.

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