Tonight's Today

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"Tonight's Today"
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Single by Jack Peñate
from the album Everything Is New
ReleasedMarch 30, 2009
Length3:19
Label Young Turks/XL Recordings
Songwriter(s) Jack Peñate
Jack Peñate singles chronology
"Have I Been a Fool"
(2007)
"Tonight's Today"
(2009)
"Be the One"
(2009)

"Tonight's Today" is the first single by singer-songwriter Jack Peñate from his second album Everything Is New .

The music video makes reference to the choreography featured in Windowlicker by Aphex Twin.

Peñate told the NME that "Tonight's Today", "is very much about maybe having too much fun. Fun can be addictive, when things don't really seem to matter or be understood." [1]

"Tonight's Today" peaked at #23 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Peñate's third top forty single in the UK. [2]

Charts

Chart (2009)Peak
position
UK Singles Chart (OCC)23

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References

  1. Tonight's Today Songfacts
  2. "UK Singles Chart History of Jack Penate". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 22 November 2013.