Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds is made up of 5 musicians from Hermosa Beach, CA: Moises Juarez, Sean Chapman, Matthew McEwan, Pat Salmon, and Andre Davis. Founded in 2004, the band has gathered a following thanks to their grimey sound and rockin’ performances. Hailing from the South Bay Area, it would be hard for TBS to deny their Cali-flavored influences. Reggae, surf-rock, ska, punk rock and hip-hop have all been incorporated into their sound. Growing organically through jam sessions and small venue live shows, these hooligans refined a smooth beachy sound that’s just rough enough around the edges to draw comparisons to legends like Sublime.
TBS, as they’re known to fans, slayed massive venues across the US this summer as part of Vans Warped Tour. Their sound was a perfect fit for this yearly homage to skate culture, Cali vibes and alternative music. Check out some photos of TBS performing on Warped Tour this summer:
Next up for the fellas: The Great Escape Tour in support of their new album The Great Escape.
See if you can catch Tomorrow’s Bad Seeds in a city near you this fall: