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Cloud Nothings announce new album ‘Life Without Sound’

Cloud Nothings are back with a brand new album.

Titled ‘Life Without Sound’, the follow up to 2014’s ‘Here And Nowhere Else’ will be released on January 27th via Wichita Recordings, and is previewed by the first track from the record ‘Modern Act’, which you can check out below.

“A thing I like to do with all of my records is drive around with them,” Cloud Nothings frontman Dylan Baldi says. “In high school, I would listen to music for hours like that: just driving through the suburbs of Cleveland. And if it sounds good to me in that context and I can think of high school me listening to it and saying, ‘That’s okay,’ I feel good about the record. This is the one that’s felt best.”

“Generally, it seems like my work has been about finding my place in the world,” Baldi says. “But there was a point in which I realised that you can be missing something important in your life, a part you didn’t realise you were missing until it’s there – hence the title. This record is like my version of new age music,”he adds. “It’s supposed to be inspiring.”

Cloud Nothings are set to tour the UK next March, with shows in Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds, London, Birmingham and Brighton.

UK/EU tour dates:

1 Loppen – Copenhagen, DK
2 Babel – Malmo, SE
3 Debaster Strand – Stockholm, SE
5 Parkteatret – Oslo, NO
6 Knust – Hamburg, DE
7 Bi Nuu – Berlin, DE
8 Kranhalle – Munich, DE
9 Luxor – Cologne, DE
11 Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL
12 Botanique – Brussels, BE
14 Petit Bain – Paris, FR
16 Thekla – Bristol, UK
17 Stereo – Glasgow, UK
18 Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK
19 Brudenell Social Club – Leeds, UK
21 Koko – London, UK
22 The Hare & Hounds – Birmingham, UK
23 The Haunt, Brighton, UK

‘Life Without Sound’:

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1. ‘Up To The Surface’
2. ‘Things Are Right With You’
3. ‘Internal World’
4. ‘Darkened Rings’
5. ‘Enter Entirely’
6. ‘Modern Act’
7. ‘Sight Unseen’
8. ‘Strange Year’
9. ‘Realize My Fate’

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