Posted by , Jun 18, 2016 at 02:08am
Out now, listen to Goodbye Tomorrow' new 8-song EP "Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp."

Goodbye Tomorrow is back! Fresh off the release of their Lucki Eck$ assisted single “Keep That,” and the stunning new video for “Back it Down” the Chicago mystery act decide to keep it moving today by unveiling their new sonically groundbreaking project Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp.

Serving as the follow up to last year's debut releaseA Journey Through The Mind Of A Non-Believer, Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp is laced with 8 records in total and contains the previously heard singles “2 Many” & “Keep That” featuring fellow Chi-town rapper Lucki, aka Lucki Eck$.

The Tunnel Stripe rollout doesn’t stop with the release of new music however. On Monday, the collective will debut a brand new website featuring hand-screened t-shirts, posters of cover art, and unique art pieces to be revealed in the coming days. An evolution of the concept behind the goodbyetomorrow.com homepage, tunnelstripe.com will be a call back to the 90s / early 00s days of geocities, a simpler time on the internet when people were less concerned about things being aesthetically perfect and more focused on content and the spread of information.

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the new EP (below). Don’t sleep on it fam.

Stream Goodbye Tomorrow’s “Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp” EP

Out now, listen to Goodbye Tomorrow' new 8-song EP "Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp."


Goodbye Tomorrow is back! Fresh off the release of their Lucki Eck$ assisted single “Keep That,” and the stunning new video for “Back it Down” the Chicago mystery act decide to keep it moving today by unveiling their new sonically groundbreaking project Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp.

Serving as the follow up to last year's debut releaseA Journey Through The Mind Of A Non-Believer, Tunnel Stripe Exit Ramp is laced with 8 records in total and contains the previously heard singles “2 Many” & “Keep That” featuring fellow Chi-town rapper Lucki, aka Lucki Eck$.

The Tunnel Stripe rollout doesn’t stop with the release of new music however. On Monday, the collective will debut a brand new website featuring hand-screened t-shirts, posters of cover art, and unique art pieces to be revealed in the coming days. An evolution of the concept behind the goodbyetomorrow.com homepage, tunnelstripe.com will be a call back to the 90s / early 00s days of geocities, a simpler time on the internet when people were less concerned about things being aesthetically perfect and more focused on content and the spread of information.

Available now on iTunes, fans can stream the new EP (below). Don’t sleep on it fam.

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