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Tomorrow Might Be Better sees Dylan Beresford at his most artistically evolved, but he hasn’t forgotten the music that helped him through hard times. Cleverly hidden by his newfound style of post-rock abstraction is a guiding light for the new generation of soul searchers trying to find their way.

Drawing on his history in pop punk, metalcore and emo, Beresford has teased out a common thread tying together his wide spectrum of influences. What he didn’t see coming was how it would connect with so many like him.

Upon releasing “Through it All, I Hope You’ll Wait for Me” as the lead single off his 2021 EP, You Should Stay a While, he captured the attention of music blogs like Indie For Bunnies and Miserable Monday – and by extension, listeners across the globe.


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