2014 release from the Neo-Folk outfit. Tomorrow Forever was produced by pop-roots specialist Neilson Hubbard (Matthew Perryman Jones, the Apache Relay, Glen Philips) and showcases the Drifters' Brian Wilson-esque Pop sensibility, crystalline harmonies and Folk foundations alongside gutsy electric guitar and orchestral-style drums. The stomping title track, the anthem album opener 'Modern Age' and the catchy 'Bring 'em Back Around' all support the album's over-arching theme - a hopeful look at the future and the importance of always seeking the silver lining. When Zach Bevill, brothers Joshua and Clayton Britt, and Dean Marold started making music together eight years ago, they aimed for the sweet spot between Bluegrass and the Beach Boys' artfully crafted, '60s studio pop. The Farewell Drifters crisp, intricate arrangements and formidable instrumental prowess have quickly made the band a crowd pleaser at multi-generational Folk festivals and earned them slots on Americana radio and Billboard's albums chart.