Tomorrow White bicycle tshirt

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“Tomorrow” is the self-titled debut album by the British psychedelic rock band Tomorrow, released in 1968. The album is considered a classic of the psychedelic rock genre and is known for its experimental and eclectic sound. The album features a mix of psychedelic rock, pop, and progressive rock, with influences from Indian music and avant-garde music. It includes the hit single “My White Bicycle,” which has become a psychedelic rock anthem, as well as other notable tracks like “Revolution” and “Three Jolly Little Dwarfs.”
“Tomorrow” is also notable for featuring future Yes guitarist Steve Howe, who left the band shortly after the album’s release. The album’s experimental sound and strong songwriting have made it a cult classic and a significant influence on the development of psychedelic and progressive rock music.

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Tomorrow was a British psychedelic rock band formed in London in 1966. The band consisted of Keith West on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar, John "Junior" Wood on bass, and Twink on drums. Keith West was the lead vocalist for Tomorrow, and he later had a solo career. He is perhaps best known for his 1967 hit song "Excerpt from a Teenage Opera," which was produced by Mark Wirtz. Tomorrow was known for their experimental sound, which incorporated elements of psychedelic rock, progressive rock, and pop. They released their self-titled debut album in 1968, which included the single "My White Bicycle." The band's music was influential in the development of the psychedelic and progressive rock genres.
While Tomorrow's time together was brief, their music has remained popular among fans of psychedelic rock.