Nothing have a released a music video for their latest single “Blue Line Baby” (watch it below), which is taken from the band’s upcoming album Dance on The Blacktop – out August 24, 2018 through Relapse Records. You can pre-order the album here.

The team wove together an elegant fairy tale of “digital renaissance.” The song tells a story of the Kensington/Frankford section of North Philadelphia in the early 1990’s, amidst its full blown opioid outbreak, using street names and landmarks as the stories protagonists.

With the help of Mark McCoy, frontman Nicky Palermo decided to tell the story of the song’s heroine Cambria, through the eyes of Shakespeare’s timeless tale, Ophelia using the Sir John Everett Millais painting as the base. Cece Liu styled the stunning Sara Skinner who treads wearily scene to scene in alluring lights and smoke whilst draped in vintage Maison Margelia.

You can also pick up an exclusive Nothing / Culture Abuse flexi in New Noise Magazine Issue #41, featuring an exclusive track from each band. Grab/stream it here, or by clicking the cover below.

Culture Abuse / Nothing cover - New Noise Magazine Issue 41

Top photo by Ryan Lowry

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