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With a reputation built on energetic live shows, York natives Tomorrow We Radio return with third single 'Physics'.

Following on from the success of mosh pit creators ‘Cameron’ and ‘Organs’, this is the most epic offering from the band yet.

Inspired by an obsession with Professor Brian Cox, frontman Chris Laycock says ‘it's a little different for us as a band, more mellow, but it's definitely Tomorrow We Radio…just with an orchestra thrown in.'


released April 29, 2013

Chris Laycock - Vocals
Lee Raisbeck - Guitar
Robson Michaels - Bass
James Denham - Guitar/Vocals
Matt Collinge - Drums

Written by Tomorrow We Radio
Produced/Mixed/Mastered by James Denham

Cover art by Alphabeta Design Co. (



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Track Name: Physics
If my voice won't break the noise,
Or if my voice should just break,
Rest assured that these words are ours,
Rest assured that they won't change.
Remember days where the world
Was spinning around us,
Watching sunrise, watching sun fall,
Growing too tired to see beyond it all.

We tire of long evenings,
And following breezes.
We could say we're no longer young.
Reason this, well, it's enough for some.
We regret missing sunrise,
We regret missing sun fall,
"To not risk a thing," she yells,
"Well, it's risking everything else."

"To not risk a thing," she yells,
"Well, it's risking everything else."

A great explosion in my mind
Caught fire in your eyes.
We don't know how to stop what we've become,
So I guess we'll run.

I bring 'calm and collected' to every situation.
Hey, I guess it's not strictly true.
This time we're stuck in our heads, and,
I don't know how to fix it.
I'm stuck chasing ghosts, ghosts of the past,
You're still exactly as you are.

You're still exactly as you are.

And if the rest is still unknown,
We can hope to live to grow old.
But what if more could become known?
Could we take it all? Could we go?
Why do we still run?
Cos someday all of this is ours.
Until then, we hope to live to grow old.
If we sit hand in hand, my dear,
We could face it all, we'll face fear.