Trout premieres Tomorrow Seems So Far Away

Walter Trout has premiered his track Tomorrow Seems So Far Away with TeamRock.

It’s taken from his album Battle Scars, set for release on October 23 via Provogue Records, which will be followed by a UK tour in November.

The song is inspired by Trout’s battle to survive as he waited for a liver transplant. His wife Marie says: “I came up with many attempts to try to help us both endure. We would talk about the phone call about a new liver as coming ‘tomorrow,’ no matter what, to trick us into being optimistic.

“It didn’t always work – but ‘tomorrow’ became a sort of message of hope between us as we waited for that call.”

UK Dates

Nov 17: Stockton Arc
Nov 18: Glasgow ABC
Nov 20: Holmfirth Picturedrome
Nov 21: London Forum
Nov 24: Leamington Spa Assembly

Battle Scars tracklist

  1. Almost Gone
  2. Omaha Prelude
  3. Omaha
  4. Tomorrow Seems So Far Away
  5. Please Take Me Home
  6. Playin’ Hideaway
  7. Haunted By The Night
  8. Fly Away
  9. Move On
  10. My Ship Came In
  11. Cold, Cold Ground
  12. Gonna Live Again
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