Philly’s Nothing have announced details of their super anticipated second album ‘Tired of Tomorrow’.
The band have returned to Relapse Records, who released their debut ‘Guilty of Everything’, after plans to release the follow-up through Geoff Rickly’s Collect fell through for – y’know – reasons. As Noisey points out – the band have had quite the last six months, including canceled tours, deaths, a bassist who also is part of the not-exactly-popular-right-now Whirr, and getting a quite literal literal kicking.
Domenic Palermo, Brandon Setta and Kyle Kimball (for it is they, etc etc) will release ‘Tired of Tomorrow’ in the spring of next year. Recorded with Will Yip (Title Fight, Superheaven, Touche Amore, basically everyone good) here’s a lovely teaser for the album too, featuring a smidge of new music. You can check that out in the fabled realm of ‘below’.
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