Stay For Tomorrow was formed in 2018, they are a four piece alternative rock band from Dunfermline, Scotland. The group consists of vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe MacFarlane, lead guitarist Nic Holson, drummer Sean Priestley and bassist Ollie Cobbett. In 2019 they came onto the Fife scene iwith their debut single “Kings and Queens” followed up with their second single “Rumours.
According to the group, their newest single “Na Na” is not just a song, it’s a wake up call and you can tell by their powerful lyrics. With the chaotic world we live in, it’s hard to know what’s going on. There is so much information out their and sometimes it may be hard to know what’s real and what isn’t. The important thing is to never give up on yourself and your country
“Non Applicable ( Na Na)” aims to bring the message to people living in a ‘failing system’, refusing to step in line and making a mockery of instructed orders as if they are gibberish. They feel that some people are unaware of the signs, sirens and state of emergency that surrounds them and the time has come for it to end. They want you to open your eyes to a different truth.
Stay For Tomorrow is here to talk about issues that some people may not want to talk about or like but that is the point of rock. Sometimes it takes a song to open your eyes to a different truth. The recently released single “Non Applicable (Na Na)” is out on Spotify now.
“We exist on phone screens. We’re lured to lust a perfect life online that we’ve all made up. Reignite what’s human, enough is enough. And I bet you’re real pretty under all that tough!” -Stay For Tomorrow
Written by Jaye Maverick
Photo Credits: Jordan Maxwell
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