Tired Of Tomorrow, the new full-length from Philadelphia alt rock/shoegaze phenoms NOTHING, is now streaming in full via NME.com one week ahead of its release via Relapse Records. Head to DIYmag.com to read a full track-by-track with Brandon Setta and Domenic Palermo.
Additionally, NOTHING have just announced a plethora of new media and events in celebration of the album’s release next Friday. As well as two London gigs at Rough Trade East (unplugged instore) and a full show at Moth Club, NOTHING will host an exclusive listening party and Q+A session at Sonos Studios London (tickets available here).
NOTHING want to know what YOU are tired of, and have launched a contest and interactive web page for fans to create their own memes and share them for a chance to win a merch, concert tickets and more.
NOTHING has also unveiled an exclusive emoji pack, created by Emoji Fame, the emojis are not your normal cutesy set – the band members have black eyes and missing teeth, there’s a bloody bass, and even a CoronaRita emoji to help wash it all down. The emojis represent familiar touchstones within the world NOTHING have created – look out for Nicky’s dog, white lighters, handcuffs, and a burning police car stylized like the Philadelphia PD. Gavin Rhodes, co-founder of Emoji Fame, called the emoji pack “the most twisted, edgy emojis ever released” – check out more information via the Emoji Fame app here. NOTHING and Rhodes also recently conducted a new interview with Noisey about the emojis, which you can read in full here.
In addition, as a special fan promotion, NOTHING have partnered with 15 tattoo shops across the globe to offer fans custom Tired of Tomorrow tattoos on Friday the 13th designed by Eric Kenney. Information on participating tattoo shops is available here.
NOTHING have also shared the third and fourth instalments of their six-part studio documentary about the making of Tired Of Tomorrow. Watch the videos now in this YouTube playlist, along with the music videos for album highlights, ‘Vertigo Flowers’ and ‘Eaten By Worms’.
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. Pre order the album here.
13 – London, Rough Trade East (in-store & unplugged @ 6.30pm ltd edition LP & tickets here)
13 – London, Moth Club (tickets)