After touring for several years with other bands, lead vocalist Matt Bailey and drummer Tyler Goode decided they wanted to try something new. They joined with bassist Jason Williams and keyboardist Blake Lewis to form the South Carolina rock group, Good Tomorrow. Within a year they had produced two demos, collaborating with industry professionals Scotty Wilbanks (Third Day) and Dave Clo (AllStar United), and were playing for numerous coffee houses, colleges, and churches along the East Coast. In 2005, lead singer Matt Bailey co-wrote the song 'Everyday's Another Day' released on NewSong's 'Rescue' live CD/DVD project which has sold over 100,000 copies nation-wide. In late 2007, Good Tomorrow released their first full-length CD 'Theories' which made a special appearance in LifeWay's Bible Studies for Life, impacting more than 500,000 students and youth leaders around the country. In 2008, Good Tomorrow was named the winners of the Independent Artist Showcase "Feedback" - competing against other Independent Artists from all over the US and being judged by music industry professionals in radio, A&R, management, producing, and publicity. The band followed up this success with a summer/fall schedule playing with such artists as EleventySeven and Philmont, and playing for crowds as large as 10,000. The band was also asked to perform at several of the Franklin Graham crusades in the Southeast. In early 2009, Good Tomorrow released their first radio single, Someday. The song (a re-release of the original version found on their 'Theories' CD) was produced by Dave Clo, and mixed by Paul Salveson (Salvo Mix). With their progressive, unpolished blend of contemplative lyrics and mainstream sounds, Good Tomorrow is intent on driving Christians to reach those who have been turned away from the church.