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New Music Video: "I Can't Live Without Your Love" - A Sunny Day in Glasgow

A creepy, hostile scenario engulfs the group in A Sunny Day in Glasgow’s new video for “I Can’t Live Without Your Love”. The band is taken individually off the streets under duress, and forced to perform by a masked man. The identity of the unknown assailant is eventually revealed toward the conclusion. (Photo by Chris Parker)





New Video: Tired of Tomorrow (Nothing Documentary - Part II)

Directed by Don Argott, the second installment of Nothing’s Tired of Tomorrow documentary, dips into the recording studio. With an eye on the creative process, band members, as well as producer Will Yip and Collect Records' Geoff Rickly, offer additional insight and info behind the making of the album, which arrives on May 13 via Relapse Records.

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Worriers and Painted Zeros play The Mercury Lounge on 04.21

Brooklyn Political punk act, Worriers, announced their upcoming headline show at Mercury Lounge on April 21st, joined on stage by Philly's Pouty (ex-Slutever, Upset) and Don Giovanni label-mates Painted Zeros, who play dreamy post punk and are also based in NYC.  Worriers is currently finishing a 5-week eastern US tour that included dates supporting The Smith Street Band and The Falcon (Lawrence Arms, Alkaline Trio, Loved Ones) along with an official appearance at SXSW. This will be the band’s first New York headline date of the year, after sold-out shows supporting Iron Chic and The Smith Street Band. 





New Track: "ACD (Abscessive Compulsive Disorder)" - Nothing

Sustained somber and a smattering of the drum skins dictate the tone of “ACD (Abscessive Compulsive Disorder)”, the new single from Philly's own Nothing. Featured on their forthcoming album Tired of Tomorrow, which is scheduled for release on May 13 via Relapse Records, the song carries a meditative yet noisy air, with the injection of an anthemic chorus that burrows in your brain. Nothing is currently scheduled to perform next in Philly on Friday, July 8 at Union Transfer, for a belated record release show, which will also includes Culture Abuse and Mary Lattimore & Jeff Zeigler.





Surprise Creepoid Show for Pat Troxell's Bday - BRING WEED at Ortlieb's April 12

Creepoid just wrapped up a tour with Restorations, and the gang is back home to celebrate drummer Pat Troxell's bday this evening with a surprise performance at Ortlieb's. You have to know that the band will be tight, after clocking all those recent miles on the road. (Well, maybe a little looser since it is a party after all.) You'll also be able to get your Taco Tuesday grub on. And the man of the hour requested that you bring weed so please don't disappoint. Cheers, Pat! Ortlieb's, 847 N. 3rd St., 10pm, $10, 21+ - Q.D. Tran

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