Taylor Swift, Avril Lavigne, Santana, Beyonce - Tomorrows Bad Seeds Outshines Them On This Week's Top-40 Chart

Top Quote Double Treat for TBS as 'Nice and Slow' also wins Best Video on MTVU! End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) October 24, 2011 - Rock-reggae band Tomorrows Bad Seeds' latest single is sure going places! The band leaped around 40 points this week to surpass artists like Taylor Swift, Avril Lavigne, Santana, Beyonce on the Top-40 Activator chart for radio spins with their latest single 'Nice and Slow'. The band debuted on the chart last week and were placed above Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" and Enrique Iglesias "I Like it f/pitbull". Having climbed and rocked the Top-40 Chart with its music, the video of 'Nice and Slow' has also won for best video on MTVU this week. Tomorrows Bad Seeds made a strong showing against the likes of AC & Dell, Graham Wilkinson and Traz Messiah to come out on top in the end. The video is currently being played on around 20 major media outlets, including MTV.com.

    The seeds' first album, Early Prayers is currently #4 on Billboard's Reggae Catalog Chart. Sacred For Sale, the band's second album, has around 400,000 plays on Last.Fm in the past few months. The band also bagged the Commercial Success Award for over 350,000 paid downloads for Sacred For Sale, at the Los Angeles Music Award ceremony within the last year.

    Tomorrows Bad Seeds is spreading like wildfire across the nation, building a solid and loyal following wherever they go. Blazing through the states germinating the masses, the band is currently on a 40-city coast-to-coast nationwide tour. Tomorrows Bad Seeds' live shows provide a high- energy mix of rock, soul, pop, punk, reggae and hip hop guaranteed to rock, move and inspire the soul. The Seeds - Moises Juarez (lead vocals), Sean Chapman (vocals/guitar), Matthew McEwan (vocals/guitar), Patrick Salmon (drums), and Andre Davis (bass) combine their talent with their Southern California influences to yield unparalleled sound, mixing mellow with rock, which few have been able to achieve since The Beatles. Since the band's inception, they have shared the stage with the likes of UB40, Smashing Pumpkins, The Wailers, and 311.

    Speaking on their popularity, Tomorrows Bad Seeds said, "We are totally fortunate and blessed to have the response we have been getting from all of our fans for our music. Our music is a blend of everything, with something for everyone! It is what keeps us going."

    Website: http://www.tomorrowsbadseeds.com

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