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Narrow Mind

by Blind Tomorrow

Debut EP from musical prodigies Bryan and Corey Tyler. These teenagers have crafted four beautifully arranged and played atmospheric rock tunes here. If you are a fan of Radiohead, Florence and the Machine or Paramore you are sure to love these tracks.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Let Me Be
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2. Who I Am
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3. Don't Wake Me
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4. Lost in a Dream
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Debut EP from musical prodigies Bryan and Corey Tyler. These teenagers have crafted four beautifully arranged and played atmospheric rock tunes here. If you are a fan of Radiohead, Florence and the Machine or Paramore you are sure to love these tracks.

The Tyler boys have a unique bond built not only on their relationship as brothers but on musical understanding. Still in their teens, the two have already developed their own unique musical identity; a quality which instantly attracted producer Jeffrey Harrison and his record label, Artemesia Arts and Media.

After discovering Blind Tomorrow at a chance meeting in a Denver music shop, Harrison brought them into the studio to craft their debut album. As recording progressed Harrison was continually impressed with the brothers' melodic, harmonic and lyrical talents, far exceeding even his initial high expectations.


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