Philadelphia punks NOTHING are releasing their new album ‘Dance On The Blacktop’ next month via Relapse Records, and have shared a celestial new video for its track ‘Blue Line Baby’.
A deeply atmospheric, surreal clip, the clip is as charged with energy as the relentless track itself.
Explaining the meaning behind the track, vocalist Domenic Palermo says: “Looking around at the friends and family that are still around that came from down there, I’ll always be touched by what can come out of all that chaos and suffering.
“Children forced to learn loss early, faced with immeasurable odds and all the while this train continually hovers over your head, taunting you with its irony that there wasn’t a way out.”
The band are set to tour ‘Dance On The Blacktop’ in the UK in December - view the dates and watch the ‘Blue Line Baby’ video below.
02 Brighton, Patterns
03 London, Oslo
04 Oxford, Cellar
05 Bristol, Fleece
06 Manchester, Soup Kitchen
07 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
08 Glasgow, Stereo
09 Newcastle, Cluny
10 Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
11 Southampton, Joiners
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