Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun

new wave indie rock from Atlanta, GA

Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun is about the collaborative. It’s about the connections between sound and people. It’s about the heart and the head. It’s for mistakes and triumphs, and against arrogance and underconfidence.

Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun is a band of four. 2 boys. 2 girls. Noisy. Dancy. Loud. Sincere. Sweaty. Loveable. Hardworking. A real good time. Touring full-time since August '09. Their dwellings are in Atlanta, GA, but they call the East Coast home. You can find Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun on the road, iTunes,, eMusic, Amazon, etc etc and so on & so on....

​TTM,TTS is :: lauren: guitars, keys, vocals. cregg: guitars, keys, vocals. micah: bass, keys, vocals. jeremy: drums, electronics.


We will be performing Blur's "Song 2" at 500 Songs For Kids on Friday, April 29th @ Smith's Olde Bar at 10:00PM. (Woooo Hooo!)

Even if you can't make it out, please click to help Songs For Kids Foundation meet their fundraising goal. Each generous donation makes it possible to connect another sick child at a children's hospital with a Songs For Kids musician. Such an amazing foundation!


So excited to release a brand new surprise single called "Turn It All Around"!  You can download the track on our bandcamp page and pay what you want for it!  --  It's our hope to keep the new music aflowin'.  So keep your eyes and ears open, loves.  

Also, this was pretty awesome!  We got to watch our super cool video for our song Powerline on a big ole screen with our amazing director Chris Downs at the Atlanta Sound and Vision event for The Atlanta Film Festival.  An incredible event and we were super proud and happy to be included, even if it was super weird to see your face in a very large scale.  Great job, TUBE!  You all rule!


We're excited to play at this annual event to raise money for such an incredible charity-- Songs for Kids Foundation.

This year, we will be putting our own spin on the song "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" by The Eurythmics at The EARL in East Atlanta on Saturday 4/11/15 at 10:30pm.

Come early & stay late to see a wonderful variety of bands counting down Rolling Stones Magazine's "Top 500 Songs of All Time"!


Watch our new super-powered video for Powerline on our Youtube channel! It'll charge up your day for sure!  Thanks to Chris Downs and everyone else at Tube for creating something so very cool!

Here's what had to say about Powerline when they premiered it --

"Here's a dose of of something danceable to get your day going. Today The Moon, Tomorrow The Sun are a new wave outfit from Atlanta Georgia specializing in infectious, synth-laden concoctions, such as the appropriately titled "Powerline". Singing "I'll pick you right up / Into a powerline / I'll charge you up", singer Lauren Gibson cranks the energy on this stand out from their recently released, Q.U.A.D.S. EP. The video, which we're premiering today, is beautifully directed by Chris Downs and finds the bands perched on monochromatic skylines like heroes in a comic book. Have a look and listen."




Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun released a new single and video this morning from their upcoming up ep titled QUADS.


The video was shot on 3/7/14 at our show at Alabama Music Box in Mobile during our travels to SXSW.


Special thanks to Kris Skoda, Jeff Worley, Andy Vo, Timothy Dixon, Little Guy Entertainment, Camera Brain, and the folks at Alabama Music Box!

TTM TTS Signs With Kanoon

We are excited to announce that we have officially signed with Kanoon Records for representation in Germany, Switzerland, & Austria!  The official re-release date for WILDFIRE in those countries is 5/31/13. 

Besides Kanoon's label, they also created a social platform for music that will be launched very soon. Exciting stuff! We'll bring you more info as it rolls out.

Look how cute the article about us looks in German! Click HERE for the option to view it on the website & translate to English ;)

500 Songs For Kids ~5/4 @ EARL~

Please join us this Saturday night, May 4th, as we play the 7th Annual 500 Songs for Kids at the EARL! It is an AMAZING benefit for some AMAZING kids.

It's not about the 1 cover song we play (although the song we're playing is really rad); it's about being a part of this truly awesome event and sharing that with all who support it. We don't know the exact time we play yet, but plan on spending your evening w/ us and the other artists rocking out 50 of THE 100 GREATEST COLLEGE RADIO SONGS!

Follow the link for more detailed info about 500 Songs for Kids:

ONE LAST '12 SHOW! A Night With TTM, TTS & Friends...."Almost Acoustic"

~Tues., NOVEMBER 20th @ The EARL~
click HERE for Facebook invite
For one night only, Atlanta quartet Today the Moon, Tomorrow the Sun will be collaborating with Alexis & the Samurai (NOLA) on an experimental-electro-chamber-symphonic experience, exposing Today the Moon’s usual powerful indie-electro-fuzz-rock in a completely new style. Sometimes translating guitars to strings, synths to acoustic guitars, adding extra percussion and some vocal experimentation, this will be an event unique to this band’s lengthy show history. New instruments, new vibe, same passion.
Alexis and the Samurai have been taking the road by storm with their 2-piece stripped down set, in which they still manage to do the musical jobs of a 4-piece. Alexis Marceaux (you may recognize her from The Voice this season on Team Cee-lo) sings, plays guitar, and stomps on a foot-activated tambourine while Sam Craft drums with his right hand and foot while he plays keyboard with his left—all with a violin at his chin.
Petite in size, but with sounds blown from dynamite, singer/guitarist/mastermind behind Forget Cassettes Beth Cameron opens the night with a solo set.
Doors at 8pm, $10

TTM, TTS on New Music Inferno

Earlier this evening, Cregg joined JR, host of New Music Inferno (Online Radio) for a live podcast. It was almost a full hour of entertaining banter that includes talk about everything from some of our favorite bands to...err...what movie stars would play us in a major motion picture & what would that film be called. Hmmmm......... The podcast will be available shortly HERE for your listening pleasure :)