19 Sep 2018

Cloud Nothing shared a new track and a UK tour.

Today, the Cleveland four-piece Cloud Nothings is sharing a new single. "Leave Him Now" follows "The Echo Of the World" as the latest offering from their upcoming album Last Building Burning, set to arrive October 19th on Wichita Recordings. The new single is delivered at a relentless pace, with guitar swells and frantic vocals from frontman Dylan Baldi that don't let up until the very last chord fades away.

In addition to the new single, Cloud Nothings will be embarking on a European tour early next year, including London's EartH on 31st January. Tickets available on sale Friday 21 - 10 AM - HERE

LISTEN: "Leave Him Now"

PRE-ORDER: Last Building Burning

Last Burning Building arrives as a culmination of the development of Dylan Baldi's ever-changing sound, following up 2017's Life Without Sound with a new record that sees the band continue to outdo themselves and solidify themselves as a stalwart in modern rock music. The new album is an extension of the band's live performances, capturing the frenetic energy that's characteristic of their shows and infusing the jagged unpredictability of guitars that Baldi feels is missing in modern rock today.

"I'm obsessed with the idea of energy at the moment," Baldi says about the making of Last Building Burning. "That's how I thought of this record: seven short, and one long, bursts of intense, controlled chaos. I wanted to make that come across in a way that can actually be felt."

Last Building Burning is available on vinyl, CD, cassette and digitally on Wichita Recordings on 19th October.

On An Edge
Leave Him Now
In Shame
Offer An End
The Echo Of The World
So Right So Clean
Another Way Of Life


25th Jan - Brighton, UK @ Patterns TICKETS

26th Jan - Birmingham, UK @ The Castle & Falcon 

27th Jan - Manchester, UK @ Band on the Wall 

28th Jan - Glasgow, UK @ St Lukes 

30th Jan - Bristol, UK @ Thekla 

31st Jan - London, UK @ EartH 

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