What I Don't Deserve
The Long Tomorrow is a rock band from Atlanta that was formed by songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Rich Gunderlock in 2005. The band is now reborn with new material and a new stylistic direction. Featuring the soaring vocals of Tripp Prince, the new EP 'What I Don't Deserve' features melodic indie rock with pop hooks and thought-provoking lyrics. The name The Long Tomorrow comes from a quote by Christian theologian A.W. Tozer and is a reference to the afterlife. We recorded the 'What I Don't Deserve' EP in September of 2005 with producer Steve Cook of Ugg Records. It was mixed by Dove Award-winning producer Masaki Liu and mastered by Luke Fellingham of Phatfish. The cover art is by James Lytle. We're so honored to have all of these talented people working with us! Thanks for listening!