After releasing 2 full length albums, 2 EPs, 24 radio singles, 16 music videos and 5 music features with other artists, Tomorrow People have cemented themselves in the commercial music scene. In 2018 they released the 8-track EP “BBQ Reggae”, which debuted at #1 in the New Zealand Top 40, knocking English superstar Ed Sheeran off the top spot and giving the reggae outfit one of their biggest achievements to date.
The band are purveyors of what they describe as ‘sunshine reggae’. It is a sound built around strong vocals, soothing harmonies, catchy hooks, aggressive ragga raps, and feel good riddims. Key to their rise is their dynamic live performances, reflected in their touring schedule and consistent festival invitations. Labelled by some as the hardest working band in the country, this is likely due to the fact that Tomorrow People wrote, recorded, produced and mixed all their music themselves. Or it may be because they edit their own videos, design their own artwork, manage their own strategies, devise their own marketing plan and book their own tours, all while holding down full time day jobs. And to add to this immense workload, Tomorrow People will also focus on writing their 5th studio album in 2020.