|Song by Stone Temple Pilots from the album High Rise|
|Released||October 08, 2013|
|Format||Digital, CD, Vinyl|
|Writer||Chester Bennington, Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo, Eric Kretz|
|Producer||Stone Temple Pilots|
|Label||Play Pen, LLC|
On October 16, 2013 Chester Bennington spoke to ArtistDirect about the meaning of the song: "It really is about that last day. For me, I'm gone for long periods of time. It could be anything from five days to five weeks. When you're on tour and you're not with your family, the first week-and-a-half flies by pretty quickly. You get that adrenaline and excitement of the tour. Then, it slows down to real time, which is still not bad. It's that last day before coming home that seems like it takes forever. It's like the lowest point for me. As I'm traveling so much, the last day is the worst and most depressing time. It just doesn't seem to go by fast enough. Really, what it comes down to is the love I have for my wife and children. When you're disconnected from that, you get a little bummed out. "Tomorrow" is literally about the feelings I get on that last day before coming home."
Note: Only the date of the very first release of each version is listed.
|Tomorrow||High Rise||3:30||May 2013-October 2013||October 8, 2013|
These endless days await for me