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Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Feel Alright) is Orwells ’84’s Single

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Orwells ’84 in the past but they are back with a new single and these are my thoughts about it.

Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Feel Alright) is Orwells ’84’s Single

The first songwriter that came to my mind listening to this new track was John Mellencamp.

A delicate and nostalgic song about the core emotion that moves the world… love.

When love ends everything seems to collapse under our feet and this song wants to give us hope. We can still create new opportunities to find the right person for us.

The musical arrangements impeccably support the lyrics that are able to touch the heart. The vocal interpretation moved me a lot as it is sincere and passionate.

The thing I like most about Orwells ’84 is that they manage to create songs that are honest, direct, and full of meaning.

Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Feel Alright) is a tune that you want to listen to more than once to feel these beautiful intense emotions again.

Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Feel Alright) is Orwells ’84’s Single Out Now!


Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Feel Alright) is Orwells ’84’s Single

Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Be Alright) is a delicate love letter to the past with a message that tomorrow might well be better.

The band have crafted a beautiful pop soundscape to accompany the gentle reminder that love hurts but that there is always another day on the horizon.

With hints of poetry, romance and a starry-eyed outlook Tomorrow (Maybe I’ll Be Alright) is a tale as old as time, a tale that everyone can relate to. It is a song that, although hints at a struggle to overcome a broken heart, sends a message that tomorrow will be better.

This catchy melody and chorus hook is the foundation of this message and the band took a deep dive on the record collection and looked to The Beatles, Bowie and even the all-time great crooners to bring this bright, twinkly song to life.

Forever referring to themselves as “a phoenix from the ashes” Orwells ’84 in its original incarnation was the brainchild of singer and songwriter Damien McKenna.

Based on the free spirit and loosened shackles of the Plastic Ono band, McKenna set out to seek musicians for the cause. Quickly recruiting guitarist and long-time friend Sean Byrne the pair were followed into the line-up by celloist Ella Englishby.

Based on these elements the band cultivated a manifesto and a sound to match. The line-up was completed by the incomings of musicians and producers Peter Mc Coy and Pauric McCrum.

The band recorded their debut EP Truth is the First Victim with Pauric and Peter later that year in 2019. This was the band’s second venture with the duo; having worked together previously on their debut single Cailín which picked up support from the likes of RTE 2FM, Nialler9, Today FM and many more.

Since releasing Cailín, Orwells ’84’s folk-indie style remained present yet matured, with a more refined world-view. The band quickly felt they were in a position in which they believed to be consistently developing on an upward trajectory.

Since their birth they have crafted and artistically explored theirs and society’s thoughts and emotions and poured these experiences into the music. They do not write songs, they feel songs are falsified. They write truthfully about life’s experiences.

With the final addition of a renowned trad fiddle player Roisin Ward Morrow, the band ventured even further in the experimentation that would culminate with the writing and recording of their debut album.

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