It was slightly over three years ago when Brandon Schmunk, Ryan Moor and Chris Miles met and formed Not Long After. From the beginning, this pop punk trio was hungry to make their way in the music industry. After releasing an EP and an LP independently, Not Long After signed with New School Records in the summer of 2002 and shortly after released their LP Contrary to Popular Belief in December of that year. After extensive touring and promotion of their record, Not Long After felt they were ready to record some new material. They completed the band by adding Richie Sandborn as a second guitarist, giving the band a new exhilarating sound. So in November of 2003, the band headed to Atlanta, GA to record their new album with producer Marc McClusky, who pushed them to refine their sound into an unique, powerful rock with an originally pop-edge.
So what is one to expect from the acclaimed northwest quartet Not Long After? How about a new 5 track EP, with enough emotion and heart-ache to keep you glued to the edge of your seat, singing along at the top of your lungs with every listen? Well, Tomorrow Come Save Us does just that! Songs like, "As the Story Goes" takes you back to life in the fifties, while others such as "Not Through Dreaming" and "Hero's Of Rock" are more reminiscent of 80's rock. The album becomes complete with the single, "The Guy Who Lost His Girl," which is a powerful ballad that stands far above all those sappy love songs. While staying true to their punk roots, Not Long After's spin on things is something that you've got to hear for yourself.