Nothing More announce new album, premiere two songs

Posted by on June 23, 2017

Nothing More have been kicking around for over a decade, but they really just got on America’s radar a few years ago via the 2014 re-release of their fifth album by Eleven Seven. The Texas quartet toured relentlessly over the next few years, playing with the likes of Periphery while hitting the festival circuit and picking up a #1 song at rock radio with “Ballast (This is the Time).” Today, they announced their new album, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, and dropped not one, but two new songs. 

Interestingly enough, while the band have been playing new music on their most recent tour last month, neither of the two songs, “Go To War” and “Don’t Stop,” have been played live yet. Of the two, “Go To War” is more melodic and will be the first radio single. Anchored by an industrial beat, “Don’t Stop” is more experimental, building into a heavy, funky song that’s more nu-metal than rock, like a heavier Muse. 

The band, already on the road wtih As Lions, Hell or Highwater and Black Map, have announced a fall leg of the tour, with the same lineup with the exception of Black Map. My Ticket Home will be filling their place. Check the dates out after the new songs.


Here’s the track listing of the new album:
(Ambition; Destruction)
Do You Really Want It
(Convict; Divide)
Let ’em Burn
Ripping Me Apart
Don’t Stop
Funny Little Creatures
(React; Respond)
The Great Divorce
Still In Love
(Alone; Together)
Go To War
Just Say When
(Accept; Disconnect)
Who We Are
(End; Begin)

*with As Lions, My Ticket Home, Hell or Highwater
09/09 Manshatucket, CT @ Revolution Rock Fest
 Memphis, TN @ New Daisy Theater
09/13 Springfield, MO @ Regency Ballroom
09/15 Chicago, IL @ Riot Fest
09/16 Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection
09/17 Toronto, ON @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre
09/19 Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club
09/21 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Sound Stage
09/22 Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
09/23 Knoxville, TN  @ The International
09/24 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
09/26 Tampa, FL @ State Theater
09/27 Jacksonville, FL  @ Mavericks
09/29 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrews Hall
09/30 Madison, WI @ Sonic Boom
10/01 Louisville, KY @ Louder Than Life
Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom
10/04  Kansas City, MO  @ The Truman
10/19  Tucson, AZ @ Rialto Theatre
10/20  Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl
10/21 Sacramento, CA @ Aftershock
10/25  Phoenix, AZ  @ Van Buren
10/27  Denver, CO @ The Summit
10/28  Colorado Springs, CO  @ The Black Sheep
10/29  Grand Junction, CO @ Mesa Theater
10/31  Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
11/01   Seattle, WA  @ The Crocodile
11/03   Calgary, AB  @ Marquee
11/04   Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
11/05   Boise, ID Knitting Factory
11/06   Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
11/08   Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
11/09   Dallas, TX @  House of Blues
11/10  San Antonio, TX  The Aztec Theatre
11/11 New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues


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