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Cursing Tomorrow

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Cursing Tomorrow: it’s a provocative attention-grabbing name for a thought-provoking alternative rock band. Taking inspiration from the angst-driven generation of 90’s grunge and injecting it with an intoxicating blend of modern melodies, they’ve created a sound that is classic yet original.

Arriving together from very different places and backgrounds, the members of Cursing Tomorrow hail from Melbourne, Australia. Singing since she could talk, frontwoman and rhythm guitarist Kiran Mays left home as a teenager with nothing but a suitcase and her mother’s discarded guitar in pursuit of her musical aspirations. Drummer Julian Tan, originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, found drumsticks in his sister’s closet when he was 12 years old and has been drumming ever since. Bassist David R. Smith was born in Adelaide, but thankfully left at a young age and spent most of his formative years living in Singapore and Brunei Darussalam where he earned his wings in the underground punk scene. Lead Guitarist Hamish Hutchinson, rumoured to be a descendant of Borneo Sea Dayaks (no, seriously), was adopted into a Scottish family and spent the majority of his life living in Brunei Darussalam and has played guitar for over eleven years.

Cursing Tomorrow currently divide their time between writing new material, recording in the studio and regular live performances, and are soon set to release their first single, Breaking, through Ikonic Records.

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