Henry Chadwick shares indie laced single ‘Tomorrow is Today’

Henry Chadwick press photo

Singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Henry Chadwick, is back in action this year with his latest single Tomorrow is Today, which is out via all digital outlets now. The track is taken from his upcoming release out this Spring via Swoon City Music. Making quite an impression with music listeners since his 2016 debut EP, ‘Guest At Home,’ he has continually grabbed the attention of fans and critics alike. Listen to Tomorrow Is Today via SoundCloud below.

…or you can listen via Spotify, Apple Music etc: http://smarturl.it/tomorrowistoday

From charting on the Hype Machine and Indie Shuffle charts, to ‘Guest at Home’ being deemed a must-have record for your Summer via Rolling Stone Magazine and Time Magazine, he has also been garnering love from the likes of Paste, Grimy Goods, Huffington Post, Impose, Sofar Sounds, and countless blogs that have fallen in love with his dreamy music.

Tomorrow is Today, showcases Henry’s skills, as he wrote, engineered and played most of the instruments on the upcoming release. 

Henry draws influences as much from music of the past (The Beatles, The Kinks, T-Rex, Nirvana, David Bowie etc.,) and  from current artists who keep pushing forward stylistically and sonically. Henry makes catchy, thoughtful and usually energetic music with a unique perspective, edge and charm, and is often compared to The Strokes and Mac DeMarco.

Henry was raised in a studio environment, his father being an engineer who worked out of Cherokee studios in Hollywood through the 1980’s and continued to record in his home studio in the Santa Cruz Mountains moving in 1989 to raise a family. Henry has been playing in bands and learning how to record music since he was a youngster. He also spends time playing drums in the touring roots-rock band, The Coffis Brothers and fronted the band My Stupid Brother.

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