To Release First-Ever Live Recordings With
New Music Video For The Title Track Of Their Acclaimed 2022 Album ‘Spirits’
Touring Australia This November
Credit: Christian Lawrence
3x Grammy-nominated and Gold-certified rock group NOTHING MORE have spent the past year relentlessly performing headlining shows across North America and UK/Europe and at rock’s largest festivals in support of their critically acclaimed 2022 album SPIRITS released via Better Noise Music.
The band will be in Australia this November with Dance Gavin Dance
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Combining unapologetically massive anthems, catchy hooks, and progressive music with introspective, philosophical lyrics and thought-provoking emotionalism, SPIRITS documents the tumultuous time the world experienced over the past two years and was accompanied by their self-designed meta-personality test, SPIRITS TEST (akin to tests such as Myers-Briggs, Big 5 and the Zodiac) and their debut graphic novel “SPIRITS VOL.1” (via Z2 Comics).
Today, NOTHING MORE have released their first-ever live recording with the acclaimed title track SPIRITS available now across digital platforms alongside a new music video.
“SPIRITS (LIVE)” follows the release of two revamped SPIRITS tracks, “BEST TIMES (feat. Lacey Strum)” and “YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT LOVE MEANS (PIANO VERSION)” featuring guest vocals from rock singer/songwriter Taylor Acorn, both of which are set to be included on a new deluxe version of SPIRITS due later this via Better Noise Music.
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Alternative Rock/Pop Trio Share Lyric Video For Second Single “Chemicals”
From Debut Full-Length ‘Timeless’
Credit: Dani Sacco
NYC-based trio NEVRLANDS are excited to share a second track “Chemicals” from their forthcoming debut full-length LP TIMELESS due this fall via Better Noise Music.
The trio—vocalist OKAN KAZDAL, guitarist LOUIE MALPELI, and drummer MIKEY PITTELLI—have released “Chemicals” across all digital platforms and released a lyric video for the song
“‘Chemicals’ is about catching yourself in the heat of the moment,” shares NEVRLANDS collectively. “About painting a portrait of passion and finding that distinction between love and lust in real-time. There’s a very fine line that can sometimes be blurry, or sometimes it’s crystal clear. Is this real? Or is it just another fugazi? ‘Chemicals’ is all about questioning whether or not that perfect chemical connection will last once the moment ends.”
Aiming to provide listeners with relatable lyrics that provide a positive escape from life’s struggles, NEVRLANDS deliver a sonic blend of in-your-face rock n roll with grooving alternative rock and captivating pop-punk melodies. The group issued the LP’s debut track “Stay” in late June which Wolf In A Suit praised stating, “There’s something about the track that just hits the spot from the moment you press play…It’s a one-of-a-kind soundscape bound to be a fan favorite and a perfect way to explore the magic of their infectious sound.”
NEVRLANDS produce, compose and write their own music, finding inspiration from their own personal introspective experiences including love, loss, struggle, triumph, strength, mental health, and self-acceptance. The trio embrace forward-thinking adaptions and methods to create their music such as using nontraditional instrumentation and samples as heard on their 2016 debut single “Rescue Me.” The band have captivated audiences online with their unique live recorded video versions of James Corden’s “Carpool Karaoke” covering artists such as Dua Lipa and The Weeknd in a Tesla using real instruments and Tesla Trax software. NEVRLANDS have also won over audiences across the country with their vibrant, upbeat energy having previously appeared on Vans Warped Tour and tours alongside Allstar Weekend and Jake Miller.
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