Today Nashville-based, New York-born, singer-songwriter Marc Scibilia shares his latest single “Tomorrow”.

Known for his global advertisement campaigns with Samsung and for his top-charting “How Bad We Need Each Other”, the 33-year-old singer is bursting out in a time when the world is seeing full creative control by artists, now with more free time to focus on music and life at home instead of usually being out on the road.

“Tomorrow” marks Scibilia’s third single off his forthcoming studio album, Seed Of Joy, due out this November. It comes following his “Wild World” single release with Mike Sabath (Lizzo, Jonas Brothers), and Jon Nite (Luke Bryant, Keith Urban) and “Favorite Part” with Molly Parden. The song conveys Scibilia’s smooth, emotional vocals through uplifting and inspirational lyrics of a better day to come. While the world continues to navigate unusual times and an unknown future, this song marks a global anthem for many fans who need lyrics of encouragement for a positive tomorrow.

Marc Scibilia – “Tomorrow”

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“My 90-year-old great-uncle used to write crossword puzzles for the New York Times. He was quick-witted and could remember every birthday in the family. The last time I saw him, I asked what his favorite time in life was after living in NYC for 60+ years, without missing a beat he said…’tomorrow’. I wrote this song for anyone who ever struggled to make it through a day, to know, all things change with time,” Scibilia said.

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Written over the course of a year in which the chart-topping singer welcomed his first child into the world amid losing his father to brain cancer shortly after, the forthcoming album features Brian Fallon (The Gaslight Anthem) and Cory Wong (Vulfpeck) and represents a resilient and hopeful collection of songs through pain, growth, tragedy and blessings. Having recorded the album in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Scibilia was able to focus on his musical craft and play every instrument to build out each song, while also producing it all in his own studio.

Listen to Marc Scibilia’s latest single “Tomorrow” below ahead of his Seed Of Joy album release due out this November. For more information, head to his website.