Ridge Long is a man on a mission as he faces his past mistakes and flaws in the heartfelt track titled Tomorrow Never Comes“. The sombre guitars and mellow drum grooves match perfectly with candid and reflective lyrics that see him musing on the past and how he plans on moving forward and turning around his life for the better.

The visual concept by Top Flyght is refreshing and engaging as it follows Ridge Long in a battle with himself. He plays all the characters in the video, the referee, corner man and the fighters who are all in a locked battle to see who will come out victorious.


“Tomorrow Never Comes” is Track #4 from Ridge Long’s album “When To Say When” which is available on ALL streaming services here.

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