Photo: Shawn Brackbill
Philadelphia-based Nothing are proud to share “Bent Nail”, the second single from their debut LP, Guilty of Everything, which will be released on March 4th via Relapse Records. A music video for, “Bent Nail”, was filmed with director Don Argott (Art of The Steal, Last Days Here) and will be available soon. Rolling Stone tipped Nothing as “CMJ 2013’s 10 Best Discoveries” after seeing them perform live; since then the band has toured with Whirr, opened for Cold Cave for Red Bull Music Academy Sound Select, and opened for DIIV on New Years Eve. Currently, Nothing is on tour with Weekend and the full details can be viewed below. Additionally, Relapse Records is launching an Instagram contest for fans of Nothing. It works like this: fans will create their own album cover for Guilty of Everything via a photo, artwork, sculpture, photoshop, etc. and submit them on Instagram with the #guiltyofeverything hashtag. The best entries will be reposted and have the chance to win the new album on vinyl.
1/22 – Montreal, QBC – Casa Del Popolo *
1/23 – Allston, MA – Great Scott *
2/02 – Philadelphia, PA – The Boot & Saddle
3/11-3/15 – Austin, TX – SXSW
3/16 – Dallas, TX – Club Dada & Three Links
Nothing was formed in 2011 by Domenic Palermo. Previously Palermo was the brains behind the early 2000’s hardcore/punk act Horror Show. in 2002 Horror Show was put on hold after Palermo was incarcerated for a stabbing that eventually led to a 2 year prison sentence. Upon his return Palermo would take a lengthy hiatus from music. In 2011 Palermo released a demo tape titled “Poshlost” under the moniker NOTHING. After several attempts at constructing a solid lineup for the band Palermo met Brandon Setta. Setta would bring a lush, rich soundscape and a fresh approach to Palermo’s vision for Nothing. Setta and Palermo would handle the writing for the next release, a very rare 12″ EP that was released on Japanese boutique label Big Love Records called Suns And Lovers (A play off of the D.H. Lawernce book). It was limited to 300 copies and the bands share was donated back to the label for a Tsunami Relief Charity. The next release, Downward Years To Come was a 5 song EP and was recorded at the Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn with Kyle “Slick” Johnson. The record was released by Baltimore Label A389 Records in November 2012. Written by Palermo and Setta, the concept behind Downward Years To Come was a dedication to several different poets who had taken their own lives.