Those of us who were around in the 1990s may well remember Sleeper, yet another Britpop band probably best known for Sale of the Century. The band broke up in 1998 but singer-songwriter, Louise Wener continued to work on material along with Andy Maclure and Jon Stewart and, by 2000, had got as far as recording some tracks.
The band reformed in 2017 and released The Modern Age in 2019. Obviously, the hoped-for tours in 2020 didn’t happen but the band didn’t remain idle. They went back to those twenty-year-old recordings and came up with the “lost” album, This Time Tomorrow.
The opening track of this album is Tell Me Where You’re Going and it does feel very much like classic Sleeper.
I’ve always liked Louise Wener’s vocals. I still do.
The album is released by the band’s own label, Gorsky Records and is available from their online store.
And finally, I need to thank We Are Cult for pointing me in this direction.