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Nothing Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Tired of Tomorrow

Posted by Campbell on May 21, 2021

Nothing Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Tired of Tomorrow

Shoegaze revival outfit Nothing are celebrating the 5th anniversary of their seminal album Tired of Tomorrow with a special deluxe LP. The limited LP features a flexi disc 7” with an exclusive unreleased demo and alternate ‘aged’ artwork. Pre-Orders are available here for a November 5th release date on Relapse Records.

You can check out Nothing on tour this fall in support of their critically acclaimed new album The Great Dismal - tickets are on sale now at

Nothing Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Tired of Tomorrow

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