|Tomorrow Is Another Day|
|Studio album by|
|Released||25 October 2013|
|Genre||Indietronica, ambient techno|
|Producer||Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters|
|Ulrich Schnauss & Mark Peters chronology|
|A Strangely Isolated Place||(favourable)|
Tomorrow Is Another Day is the second collaborative release by German electronic musician Ulrich Schnauss and Engineers' Mark Peters, released on 25 October 2013 through Bureau B.
|1.||"Slow Southern Skies"||4:17|
|2.||"Tomorrow Is Another Day"||3:37|
|3.||"Das Volk Hat Keine Seele"||5:04|
|5.||"One Finger And Someone Else's Chords"||4:12|
|7.||"Walking With My Eyes Closed"||5:39|
|9.||"Bound By Lies"||6:05|
|10.||"There's Always Tomorrow"||5:35|
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Interview with Schnauss & Peters - Echoes Blog Podcast