Music video by SR-71 performing Tomorrow. (C) 2002 BMG.
Blackbird is an American pop rock band that was formed in Baltimore, Maryland. They are best known for their 2000 single "Right Now", their 2002 single "Tomorrow", and as the authors of Bowling for Soup's 2004 hit "1985" (which was released first on their album Here We Go Again). The name of the band came from SR-71 Blackbird, a supersonic surveillance aircraft of the United States Air Force. The band was originally known as Honor Among Thieves, and as would be the case with SR-71, singer/songwriter/guitarist Mitch Allan was the only constant member.
Tomorrow is the second album by pop punk band SR-71 featuring the Top 30 hit "Tomorrow". It was the first to feature John Allen on drums, since Dan Garvin left after Now You See Inside. "My World" would later be re-recorded by Bo Bice for his debut album The Real Thing, in which frontman Mitch Allan played guitar and bass. The song was re-recorded and re-made once again in 2007 and released as a single in January 2008 by frontman Mitch Allan as promotion to his first solo album Clawing My Way to the Middle. His solo version of the song was softer and more relaxed and was renamed "Makes Me High".
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