Formed during the warm Floridian summer of 2008, This Day Will Tell is a five piece Post-Hardcore band from the Gulf Coast with a lot in the works. The band had a beginning like that of many of it's kind.
While still considered infantile, This Day Will Tell self-released a 5 song EP, titled "Making Love Is Easier Said Than Done", during the early months of 2010. This album, alongside self-funded tours and local support slots for notable artists, garnered the attention of Indianola Records, a small but renowned independent label that has unleashed acclaimed bands to the world such a A Day to Remember, Evergreen Terrace, Casey Jones, Across Five Aprils, and Life in Your Way, to name a few. The band signed to Indianola Records with a dream of spreading their jams to the masses and finally being able to tour the states and have a label-backed album to push. The band hopped back in the studio to record 5 more songs and just ten months after their EP was released, This Day Will Tell churned out their first full-length "Too True To Be Good" through their new label.