Nothing released their debut album, Guilty Of Everything, earlier this year via the largely metal-focused Relapse Records. It was an odd yet fitting choice for their brand of intense shoegaze to be surrounded by so many hardened peers. Their next release comes on the more appropriate Run For Cover in the form of a 12-inch with fellow shoegazers Whirr. “July The Fourth” is one of Nothing’s contributions to the release and it goes as hard as anything else they’ve put out so far. “I guess it’s just about being hung up on something,” lead guitarist Brandon Setta told Vogue. “And using any method, no matter how extreme, to erase it from your brain just to obtain some sort of freedom.” Listen below.
The Whirr/Nothing split is out 11/17 via Run For Cover.