| June 9, 2009|
There for Tomorrow
| @ Wisner Productions, Orlando, Florida|
Alternative rock, Pop punk, Emo
Point of Origin, Punk Goes Pop 2, Enema of the State, Dookie, All Killer No Filler
A Little Faster is the second studio album by American alternative rock band There for Tomorrow. It was released on June 9, 2009, through Hopeless Records. It debuted on June 27 at #181 in the Billboard 200, #9 Heatseekers Albums and #37 in the Independent Album scharts of Billboard. It stayed for 6 weeks in the Heatseekers chart. It was released in the UK on April 5, 2010. It reached #63 on Alternative iTunes UK. The first single of the album was "A Little Faster". "Deathbed" has been announced as the second single. followed by third single "Backbone".
All tracks written by There for Tomorrow.
There was also a B-Side bonus track on the A Little Faster album that was featured on the "Another Hopeless Summer" compilation and available for download on iTunes.Maika Haini Maile – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, programming
Christian Climer – lead guitar, backing vocals
Jay Enriquez – bass, backing vocals
Christopher Kamrada – drums, samples
The reviews for the album have generally been positive and by far, most critics have given it 3/5.
Sean Reid at Alter The Press! gave the album a score of 3/5, stating:
Overall ‘A Little Faster’ is an impressive effort from the Orlando four-piece and it serves its purpose and achieves its aim of being an efficient, clean record with songs that will be played on repeat throughout the summer months. Whilst at the same time there are glimpses of an angry, young band that put all their effort into writing the best songs possible, simply because they are passionate and care about the music they are making.
There For Tomorrow have a great formula for success; catchy, radio-friendly hooks, a smooth, clean image and a passion for writing great songs.
The song "A Little Faster" was featured on Cartoon Network for the premiere of Ben 10: Alien Swarm in November 2009, and was later released to the Rock Band Network on March 23, 2010. This song was used in 2011 to advertise the 'rivalry' between the Nerf series of the N-Strike 'Gear Up' repainted blasters and the new Vortex disc blasters.
1Remedy3:36A Little Faster Wikipedia
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