Boards of Canada (commonly abbreviated BoC) are a Scottish electronic music duo consisting of brothers Michael Sandison (born 1 June 1970) and Marcus
Eoin (born 21 July 1971).
Tomorrow's Harvest is the fourth studio album by the Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, released on 5 June 2013 on Warp. Band
members Mike Sandison and Marcus Eoin began composing and recording the album following the release of The Campfire Headphase (2005) and the expansion
of their studio at Hexagon Sun near Pentland Hills. The duo continued recording intermittently until late 2012, when large parts of the album were
recorded. Influenced by film soundtracks from the 1970s, Tomorrow's Harvest features a more downtempo form of ambient music, similar to Boards of
Canada's earlier releases.
Tomorrow's Harvest's announcement was surrounded by a cryptic marketing campaign that began on Record Store Day 2013 with the release of an
unannounced non-album single which featured part of an unidentified code. A further five codes were released interim through various media and
culminated in users gaining access to a new website containing information about the upcoming release. Tomorrow's Harvest was the first new music
released by Boards of Canada in seven years, since Trans Canada Highway (2006). Upon its release, the album received critical acclaim and high
international chart placings.