NOTHING Tired Of Tomorrow Announced

Philadelphia’s NOTHING have given their sophomore LP, Tired Of Tomorrow, a May 13 release date via Relapse Records and today have shared the first new music from the album, “Vertigo Flowers”. The band has also revealed an in-studio trailer for an upcoming six-part documentary (to be released over the coming weeks) that takes a visceral look at the raw moments spent recording Tired Of Tomorrow, directed by Don Argott.

May 13th 2016 will see the worldwide release of Tired Of Tomorrow via Relapse Records on CD / LP / Deluxe 2xLP (with two bonus tracks) / Cassette / Digital. Physical pre-orders and bundles are available via Relapse.com and digital downloads can be pre-ordered via Bandcamp.

Tired Of Tomorrow Tracklisting:

1. Fever Queen
2. The Dead Are Dumb
3. Vertigo Flowers
4. ACD (Abcessive Compulsive Disorder)
5. Nineteen Ninety Heaven
6. Curse Of The Sun
7. Eaten By Worms
8. Everyone Is Happy
9. Our Plague
10. Tired Of Tomorrow

Currently announced tour dates for NOTHING are available below.

NOTHING Live:

Mar 20 Dallas, TX Spillover Music Fest
May 15 Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Music Fest
Jun 4 New York, NY Governors Ball Music Fest
July 15 – 17 Louisville, KY Forecastle Festival

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