Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)

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"Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)"
Single by Lostprophets
from the album Liberation Transmission
Released 27 November 2006 (United Kingdom)
Format CD, vinyl
Recorded Hawaii, 2006
Genre Alternative rock, dance-punk, post-punk revival
Length 3:36
Label Columbia, Visible Noise
Producer(s) Bob Rock
Lostprophets singles chronology
"A Town Called Hypocrisy"
(2006)
"Can't Catch Tomorrow"
(2006)
"4:AM Forever"
(2007)

"Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)" is the third single from the album Liberation Transmission, the third studio album by Welsh alternative rock band Lostprophets. It entered the UK singles chart at 35, the lowest position yet for a single from Liberation Transmission.

The band worked with Ryan Smith on the music video for this song.[1] The video was filmed in Los Angeles and is inspired by the 1970s mod film Quadrophenia. [2]

The shoes on the cover art are derived from a competition where fans were asked to take polaroid pictures of their shoes. The winning submissions made the cover. The band Good Shoes are not intentionally referenced in the title.

Track listing[edit]

CD1
No. Title Length
1. "Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)"   3:36
2. "Fight" ("Everybody's Screaming!!!" demo) 4:02
CD2
No. Title Length
1. "Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)"   3:36
2. "Can't Catch Tomorrow" (live from Cardiff) 3:40
3. "Wait" (Always All Ways (Apologies, Glances and Messed Up Chances)" demo) 3:53
EP Version
No. Title Length
1. "Can't Catch Tomorrow" (radio edit) 3:06
2. "Love" (demo) 3:11
3. "Distances" (demo) 3:57
4. "What You Do" (demo) 3:24
5. "Still Falling" (demo) 4:26
Vinyl
No. Title Length
1. "Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time)"   3:36
2. "Can't Catch Tomorrow" (acoustic) 4:06

Personnel[edit]

Hallelujah[edit]

In the second verse is sung "I've seen this room and I've walked this floor". This sentence originates from the song 'Hallelujah' by Leonard Cohen, which was amongst others successfully covered by Jeff Buckley.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart 35

References[edit]