Tomorrow's Here Today

Soft fairy like synths lightly welcome in Katrina Ford’s sultry vocals in Celebration’s latest track, “Tomorrow’s Here Today”. This catchy gem, which calls on references like Florence and the Machine, has a delicious pop arrangement that beckons on you to snap your fingers and bob your head.

Celebration is made up with a number of folks, Katrina Ford obviously, but multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis, drummer David Bergander, with a number of additional rotating members as well. Each play a significant part of their infectious sound: Walker Teret plays bass, sometimes guitar, percussion and backing vocals, Tony Drummond, plays keys, percussion and backing vocals, Tommy Rouse plays guitar and percussion, Ed Harris plays guitar, bass and keys. And we write about it. Ha!

This tune has a classic sound that crosses genres, playing with electronica and traditional arrangements, and the end result is something with a depth of sound that’s truly remarkable. And as good as it is through a set of headphones, we’re going to make sure to hear it live at their next show.

August 29th – Bowery Electric w/ Light Asylum. Buy tickets here.

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