Singled Out: Being There's Tomorrow
I wrote Tomorrow at a time when I was trying to write more simply, focus less on a lot of intricate lyrics and try to be more sparse, to say as much, with fewer words. And also to try to be a little more ambiguous. I like pop songs that have amorphous imagery that you can attach your own meaning to. But there's little images in there that are personal to me, like hanging out at my room at my Mum's house, which is still full of my old tapes. Or going to a summer home of my friend's when I was 18 in France and that being a kind of golden memory. And then at the back of it all thinking, how do you move on from your past, and create something as good the next day?
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself right here!