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

"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. The video was filmed in Los Angeles and is inspired by the 1970s mod film Quadrophenia.

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.

Read more about Can't Catch Tomorrow (Good Shoes Won't Save You This Time):  Track Listing, Personnel, Hallelujah, Chart Positions

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