Philadelphia outfit NOTHING have shared a surreal, dream-like video for their new track “Eaten By Worms.”
The song is lifted from the band’s forthcoming new album, Tired Of Tomorrow, scheduled for release on the 13th of May via Relapse Records.
Co-written and co-directed by frontman Domenic Palermo and filmmaker Kevin Haus, Palermo reveals of the track: “The song is very much about being in pain and dancing with the feverish curiosity of whether this life is any more significant than what comes after or what came before. It’s very much about letting go.”
Tired Of Tomorrow was originally set for release via Collect Records, until the band discovered that the label had been funded by the now-infamous hedge fund manager Martin Shkreli, whose roster subsequently dissolved under the weight of the unsettling controversy surrounding him.
NOTHING will play two UK shows on album release day, the 13th of May, beginning with an unplugged in-store set at Rough Trade East, followed by a full show at London’s Moth Club.
You can watch the video for “Eaten By Worms” below:
You can pre-order Tired Of Tomorrow here. The album’s full tracklist and cover art is below:
01. “Fever Queen”
02. “The Dead Are Dumb”
03. “Vertigo Flowers”
04. “ACD (Abcessive Compulsive Disorder)”
05. “Nineteen Ninety Heaven”
06. “Curse Of The Sun”
07. “Eaten By Worms”
08. “Everyone Is Happy”
09. “Our Plague”
10. “Tired Of Tomorrow”
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