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saleontomorrow (2004-2006) were a post-rock four-piece band from Norwich.

Their distinctive, progressive sound, call-and-response guitar lines and thoughtful lyricism won them fans on their home city’s music scene and further afield. This led to - after putting out a self-titled EP in 2005 - the release of a split EP in 2006 with fellow Norwich four-piece Brailing.

When bassist David Thorpe (1982-2006) was killed in a motorcycle accident, the remaining three members of the band decided to go on hiatus. “We know there has been talks about the future of the band,” wrote vocalist Henry Tremain on their website, “but we are all feeling very lost at the moment [. . .] to be honest it’s not even slightly important right now.”

Henry (as ‘Hank’) went on to form new band, Pennines in late 2007 and is now singer of This Town Needs Guns.

Alan (Hiom, guitarist) is now frontman of Indie-Punk band Darwin & The Dinosaur

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  • allbadendsall

    sorry i'm late

    21 Feb 2013 Reply

    ....after the first day of listening: aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesooooooomeee!!!! such a good band

    28 Aug 2010 Reply

    awesome, just as Pennines

    28 Aug 2010 Reply
  • Daddsy

    Only heard this band through recommendation radio today. Really, really good stuff, shame the band ended under such tragic circumstances.

    30 Apr 2009 Reply
  • sunnywinter

    Alan & Dan went on to perform in "Welcome The Tourist" ( and then "Battlements" ( both of which came to an end. // Alan Hiom now plays in "Darwin & The Dinosaur" ( playing their first gig on 17th April as a launch for their debut EP "English For The Hearing Impaired" through Norwich label, "In An Emergency Dial". // Dan Reynolds is currently performing as a drummer in function bands ( // As stated, Henry Tremain is currently performing in "Pennines" (

    15 Apr 2009 Reply
  • Greenross75

    Really awesome! Why do all these great bands split up before I discover them :(

    18 Jan 2009 Reply
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  • Pancho-

    1 post per year.

    18 Jul 2008 Reply
  • matthewpower

    If you throw your eyes... rules.

    12 Apr 2006 Reply

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