After the critically acclaimed debut album Guilty of Everything, Philadelphia’s favourite shoegaze sons Nothing are set to released their latest instalment Tired of Tomorrow through Relapse Records.
Tired Of Tomorrow is a record born out of a chain of events that forced frontman Domenic Palermo to drastically re-think and re-shape his perspective about both life and music.
The record, which was originally due to come out on Collect Records. That was until the band discovered the label was funded by the now-infamous hedge fund manager Martin Shkreli, whose association with the music industry quickly dissolved once all the controversy surround him became public knowledge.
Even with Tired of Tomorrow was already written it did leave the band in a bit of a mess, but thankful Relapse Records stepped in to fill the void.
Nothing are set to tour later in 2016, with Tired of Tomorrow set to be released on May 13.