Nothing stream a music video for the track »Amber Gambler« from the upcoming EP »The Great Dismal B-Sides«
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania based alternative/post-punk band Nothing stream a music video for the track »Amber Gambler« from the upcoming 3-track EP, »The Great Dismal B-Sides«, set to release on October 8th, 2021 via Relapse Records.
01. Ambler Gambler 03:52
02. The Great Dismal
03. La La Means I Love You (Delfonics cover)
From Relapse Records:
Philadelphia’s Nothing return with »The Great Dismal B-Sides«. A collection of tracks recorded during the band’s critically acclaimed »The Great Dismal« sessions, the B-Sides unearth 3 new Nothing tracks, »Amber Gambler«, »The Great Dismal«, and a Delfonics cover, »La La Means I Love You«.
“The world disparity and surreal circumstances that occupied all corners of life while attempting to write and record this album were so overly animated that the songs couldn’t help but be contaminated,” Nothing’s Domenicky Palermo comments.” Trimming away at the layers to negotiate with time felt akin to ripping out whole chapters out of a novel. The reasoning behind having this be physically released in the first place, and a big part we left the title track off was to make that eventual and necessary connection.”
Pre-order »The Great Dismal B-Sides«: http://bit.ly/greatdismalbsides
Digital downloads/streaming: http://orcd.co/greatdismalbsides
»The Great Dismal B-Sides« is out October 8th on 12″/digital via Relapse Records.
People often wonder why Philadelphia’s Nothing are so damn loud. In the case of many artists, the volume stems from a preoccupation with negativity, misanthropy and the human condition, drawn from the band’s own personal experiences. In the case of Nothing, that volume, rather than a selling point, is the only way the band has been able to translate the difficulty of real-life into musical form.
Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well