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Teesside alt-rockers, Gone Tomorrow drop their debut single, Escapist, an energetic garage-rock inspired track with ominous synths and impassioned lyrics. With a live show to launch this single out of the question, we ask the band to tell us all about what their dream show would look like…

We’re going to go for a slightly unorthodox venue for this one. The football field next to our singer’s house. We’ve spent many a summer day playing football and sitting around on that field talking about where we’d love to get to with the band and our ambitions. It would be apt to play a homecoming show on the field where we dreamt of success. The gig would be a three day festival with Catfish and the Bottlemen headlining night one followed by Bring Me The Horizon and on the final day us, Gone Tomorrow. We’d walk on stage at 9pm on a summer’s evening to the joy of many fans and play a 90 minute set filled with plenty of bangers and an acoustic tear jerker with the sun going down over our childhood safe-haven.

There would be an assortment of food vans and bars on the village green all named after members of the band. The two food vans would be titled, ‘Elliott’s Parmo Palace’ and for any vegetarians, ‘Mr. Benoriums Lentil Emporium’. The two bars would be called, ‘Jimmy Smith’s Dark Fruit Dungeon’ and ‘Oli’s Whiskey Wonderland’. There will also be, ‘Banerjee’s Portaloo’s’, named after lead guitar maestro, Akash Banerjee.

After the gig, we’d spend some time with family and friends backstage before going back to Ben’s for a takeaway. We’d sit in the garden with a drink, stuffed crust pizza and a parmo and tell stories of our journey and how we reached the best gig of our careers. 

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