|Tomorrow May Not Be Better|
|Studio album by|
|Released||9 September 2011 (Switzerland)|
|Singles from Tomorrow May Not Be Better|
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After the success of Baker, the album was rereleased in a Platinum Edition containing additional tracks and was released in both Switzerland and France simultaneously with three additional bonus tracks including "We'll Follow You" the Official Swiss Davis Cup Team Song.
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