Maybe Tomorrow (Goldenhorse song)

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"Maybe Tomorrow"
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Single by Goldenhorse
from the album Riverhead
Released 7 February 2003
Format CD Single
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop
Length 3:01
Label EMI
Songwriter(s) Geoff Maddock, K Reade
Producer(s) Geoff Maddock
Goldenhorse singles chronology
"Golden Dawn"
(2002)
"Maybe Tomorrow"
(2003)
"Wake Up Brother"
(2003)
"Golden Dawn"
(2002)
"Maybe Tomorrow"
(2003)
"Wake Up Brother"
(2003)

"Maybe Tomorrow" is the second single released by New Zealand band Goldenhorse from their debut triple platinum selling #1 album, Riverhead. The song, written by Geoff Maddock, has a laid-back guitar based tune and is a song about how that "maybe tomorrow, all of your sorrow ...will fade away in the air". The music video features the band members around several Auckland beaches.

The song was released in 2003 and received major airplay with the single reaching #10 on RIANZ single charts. The song garnered huge popularity, reaching the #10 position on four separate occasions.[1] The single stayed in the charts for 31 weeks, and became the #13 single of the year in New Zealand.

The song was nominated for several awards; it was a finalist in the 2003 Australasian Performing Rights Association's Silver Scroll Awards and a finalist in the 2004 New Zealand Music Awards.[2] "Maybe Tomorrow " itself was also the most played song on New Zealand radio for 2002/2003 [3] (and similarly won the Airplay Record of the Year award at the New Zealand Music Awards and the Most Performed Work award at the 2003 APRA Silver Scroll Awards).

This song is currently featured in the Television adverts for the Interislander Ferry Service and was previously used in advertisements for Greggs.[4]

The song was performed by the band at Auckland Central Remand Prison to Ahmed Zaoui to celebrate his 44th birthday.[5]

Track list[edit]

  1. "Maybe Tomorrow"
  2. "American Wife (Hollis Dance Mix)"
  3. "Maybe Tomorrow" (Video)

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