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Track 2 from Some Time Today TudnoFM radio session now released

The 2nd track from Some Time Today’s recent TudnoFM live radio session has now been released and premiers here on PlanetMosh!! ‘Another Way’  is the opening track on the band’s debut album ‘Better Late Than Never’  which was released in 2017. There will be two more video tracks being released …

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Some Time Today to release videos from recent Tudno FM session

Burscough’s finest Some Time Today will today start releasing videos for the four tracks that they performed on North Wales radio station TudnoFM. ‘Tinderella‘,  ‘Another Way’,  ‘Where the Sun Doesn’t Show’,  and ‘Rabbits‘ will be released as videos over the next couple of weeks and will be premiering exclusively here …

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Some Time Today – The Shipping Forecast, Liverpool – 13/04/18

This was a gig I had been looking forward to for a very long time. Lancashire Pop/Punk quartet ‘Some Time Today’ have been on my radar for almost a year after seeing the video for their debut single ‘Another Way’  on You tube. They are heavily influenced by the likes …

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Some Time Today – Interview

I finally managed to catch up with Some Time Today after their gig at The Shipping Forecast in Liverpool on 13th April 2019. A band that I believe have so much potential. We talked about the band, the new EP, Beth Olive, future plans, and Finchy having to leave the …

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Some Time Today release new EP ‘Slip Hazard’

Pop Punk four-piece outfit Some Time Today  from Lancashire, today release their new EP ‘Slip Hazard’. The three track demo has been greatly received here at PlanetMosh, and you can read my recent review here. The new tracks will be given their first live airing at the following dates that …

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Some Time Today – Slip Hazard

Introducing…….Some Time Today. The Pop Punk four-piece outfit from Burscough in Lancashire. Influences which include Blink 182 and Green Day, the band released their first album ‘Better Late Than Never’ in 2017 and have made several radio appearances including BBC’s ‘Introducing’. I first heard of Some Time Today when my previous …

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