Reggae-rock band Tomorrows Bad Seeds will be performing live in Chicago on April 13th! The band is touring the US this spring in support of their Illuminate album hitting the road with the legendary Long Beach Dub Allstars, and audiences can expect dynamic, high energy shows!

The highly-anticipated full-length Illuminate album was released to critical acclaim via Mensch House Records. Topshelf Reggae deems the album “one for the “free-thinking individuals, the rebels of society” who need to allow themselves an outlet from the status quo…TBS is schooling the world on how to live life to our fullest potential.”

Since the band’s inception, they have shared the stage with the likes of UB40, 311, Pennywise, Smashing Pumpkins, The Wailers, and Fishbone, to name a few.

Saturday, April 13th at 8pm

Beat Kitchen (2100 West Belmont) – Tickets

It took a little longer than they originally expected to finish Illuminate, but the final outcome was definitely worth the wait, exemplified by the infectious lead single “Frequency” — a cosmic track about love, and the vibrational healing properties it contains. Other highlights on the album include a feel good summer toke up song, “We Should Smoke (Vibin’ High).” And a dreamy reggae-infused love song, “My Baby,” leaves listeners in a state of bliss, as Moi serenades with his smooth vocals and adoring lyrics.

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