Plowed Under Band releases single from new album
April 10, 2020
Havre country artists in Plowed Under Band set to release today their new single, "Tomorrow Might Not Matter," for their new album.
The song is to be released on music platform sites such as Apple Music, Spotify, Youtube and others.
"It's an uplifting song about making sure that you are living your life to the fullest because tomorrow might not matter; tomorrow isn't guaranteed," Plowed Under Band drummer Rob Everingham said.
The song was written by band member Justin Kallenberger in the summer of 2018, Everingham said.
He said he likes the message of the song, saying it's very fitting for what is going on right now with the COVID-19 pandemic, and that people need to be there for each other to help each other out.
"We just hope people like it and the message, and, as a musician, as an artist, you always want to write music and do things that impact people," he said, "so I think it's our hope that this song will uplift people and help them if that's what they need."
This is the first song of others that are being recorded currently for the band's new album, he added.
"We are hoping for a late summer, early fall album release," Everingham said.
Plowed Under Band has been performing for about 11 years, he said. He and Kallenberger are original members of the band, lead guitarist T.J. Overcacast joined the band around six years ago and bass player Dave Carlson joined in fall of 2018.
"We've been playing together since then," Everingham said. "... They are great people, it's been a great group to work with."
He said the next time the band was scheduled to perform in Havre was for a fundraiser for the Bear Paw Fire Department volunteer, which was set for Saturday, May 2 at Old Station Brewing Co.
Bear Paw Volunteer Fire Department posted on their Facebook page Thursday that that fundraiser had been postponed, and that a raffle drawing also is postponed.
For the moment, the social distancing and stay-at-home COVID-19 directives have shut down businesses, and Gov. Steve Bullock's last directive extended that to April 24. What happens after that is unknown at the moment.