In December 1992, Blur was at its lowest point following disappointing sales of their first album and a disastrous concert performance. They were heavily in debt and on the verge of being dropped by their label. Damon Albarn spent Christmas with his parents and celebrated Christmas eve by getting himself drunk. His father woke up on Christmas morning to hear his son tinkering on the piano. John Harris wrote in The Last Party
: "Somewhere from behind a hangover, its lyrics wound the existentialist notion of nausea around a panoramic picture of London that managed to be both beautiful and unsettling; its melody, built around chords that betrayed an enviable compositional talent, fitted the picture to perfection."
Albarn named his song "For Tomorrow."
Radhika - Gurgaon, India