Creating indie psych rock at its finest, A Fragile Tomorrow have just released the video for their single entitled “Generation Loss”. With fuzzy guitars, groovy bass lines and grungy yet ethereal vocals harmonies, the track is the ultimate anthem of today’s younger generation.
Having been described by some as in-debt “slackers” compared to the more “practical” predecessors, the song focuses on the idea of two conflicting American Dreams. “Generation Loss” features themes of loss, resurrection and change in all its many forms. Mostly black with a pop of white lights and an element of smoke, the video showcases a classic punk rock feel along with dreamy psychedelic visuals from the Savannah Georgia natives.
A Fragile Tomorrow began as a trio of teen brothers who managed to rise above a difficult childhood and channel their emotions into catchy dreamy pop music. The band has toured with major artists such as Indigo Girls, The Bangles and Matthew Sweet.
“Generation Loss” was mixed Mitch Easter (R.E.M., Pavement) and was co-producers by Zach Bodtorf and Ted Comerford.