Dreamy alt rock band NOTHING have premiered the full stream of their new album ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’, the follow-up to their 2014 debut ‘Guilty Of Everything’, to be released on May 13 via Relapse Records. Listen below and scroll down to learn more about the promotional stuff they’ve delivered and the details of their upcoming dates.
NOTHING will be hosting a plethora of new media and events in celebration of the release of Tired Of Tomorrow. The band recently launched a new contest and interactive web page: NOTHING want to know what YOU are tired of! Fans can create their own memes and share them for a chance to win a Nothing prize pack including merch, concert tickets, and more. The three fans whose memes generate the most likes will be declared the winners. Visit tiredoftomorrow.com to create your memes now.
NOTHING have also unveiled an exclusive emoji pack companion to their new album Tired Of Tomorrow. Created by Emoji Fame, these emojis are not your normal cutesy emoji set – the band members have black eyes and missing teeth, there’s a bloody bass, and it has a CoronaRita emoji to wash it all down. The emojis represent familiar touchstones within the world NOTHING have created and will be recognizable to fans of the band. 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 screen shots of the entire emoji pack below and get them via the Emoji Fame app here.
Additionally, NOTHING have partnered with 15+ tattoo shops across the globe to offer fans custom Tired of Tomorrow tattoos today, Friday May 13th, in celebration of the new album’s release! The tattoos, designed by Eric Kenney, will not only bring track titles from the band’s new LP to life but will also incorporate traditional Friday the 13th themes. A complete listing of participating shops is available at this location.
“Feedback – and tear-soaked, the album is a dark, otherworldly affair” – Rolling Stone
“One of the most promising acts in the shoegaze revival movement” – Pitchfork
“A huge, surging, melodic piece of work” – Stereogum
“Catchy, noisey rock” – NPR
“A muscular and expansive record” – NME
“Sonically overwhelming, emotionally intense, and thematically mournful” – SPIN
“Complete and satisfying” – Noisey