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NOTHING MORE Announce New Album ‘The Stories We Tell Ourselves,’ Out 9/15

NOTHING MORE announce the release of their eagerly awaited album The Stories We Tell Ourselves, out September 15 via Better Noise Records. This is the band’s first release since their 2014 self-titled album. The album is available for pre-order now at all digital retailers along with exclusive merch packages, signed vinyl and CDs at PledgeMusic.

Fans demand nothing less than Nothing More and The Stories We Tell Ourselves sets the bar even higher for cutting-edge rock music. The band has today unveiled the album’s lead single “Go To War,” showcasing Hawkins’ dynamic vocal range over a mix of electronic and organic instrumentation–Listen HERE. Coinciding with the release of the single, the band has also premiered the lyric video for the track–Watch it HERE.

“Trust is the foundation of every relationship. As trust erodes, our need for control grows. ‘Go To War’ is about how we circle the problem, unknowingly spinning the web tighter. If you circle enough, it becomes a spiral. If you spiral enough, it becomes a war.”

–Jonny Hawkins, Nothing More

As a special treat for fans, Nothing More have released a second track from the album, “Don’t Stop”–Listen HERE. “Don’t Stop” and “Go To War” are available now at all digital retail providers and streaming platforms.

The band will celebrate the release of The Stories We Tell Ourselves with fans across North America by heading back out on the road for The Noise Presents Nothing More: The Stories We Tell Ourselves Tour 2017. The extensive fall tour kicks off September 12 in Memphis, Tennessee and includes stops in Boston, Toronto, Denver, Dallas and the band’s hometown, San Antonio—see full tour routing below. Hell or Highwater, My Ticket Home and label mates As Lions will be joining Nothing More as support. The public on-sale begins today. Purchase tickets and VIP packages HERE.

THE STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES TRACK LISTING:

  1.  (Ambition; Destruction)

  2.  Do You Really Want It

  3.  (Convict; Divide)

  4.  Let ’em Burn

  5.  Ripping Me Apart

  6.  Don’t Stop

  7.  Funny Little Creatures

  8.  (React; Respond)

  9.  The Great Divorce

  10.  Still In Love

  11.  (Alone; Together)

  12.  Go To War

  13.  Just Say When

  14.  (Accept; Disconnect)

  15.  Who We Are

  16.  Tunnels

  17.  (End; Begin)

  18.  FadeInFadeOut

TOUR DATES:

Headline Dates:
*with As Lions, My Ticket Home, Hell or Highwater

Tue     9/12    Memphis, TN                        New Daisy Theater
Wed    9/13    Springfield, MO                    Regency Ballroom
Sat      9/16    Grand Rapids, MI                 Intersection
Sun     9/17    Toronto, ON                          The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Tue     9/19    Boston, MA                           Paradise Rock Club
Thu     9/21    Baltimore, MD                       Baltimore Sound Stage
Fri       9/22    Charlotte, NC                       The Underground
Sat      9/23    Knoxville, TN                        The International
Sun     9/24    Atlanta, GA                           Masquerade
Tue     9/26    Tampa, FL                             State Theater
Wed    9/27    Jacksonville, FL                    Mavericks
Fri       9/29    Detroit, MI                             St. Andrews Hall
Mon    10/2    Nashville, TN                        Cannery Ballroom
Wed    10/4    Kansas City, MO                  The Truman
Thu     10/19  Tucson, AZ                            Rialto Theatre
Fri       10/20  Las Vegas, NV                      Vinyl
Wed    10/25  Phoenix, AZ                          Van Buren
Fri       10/27  Denver, CO                           The Summit
Sat      10/28  Colorado Springs, CO          The Black Sheep
Sun     10/29  Grand Junction, CO              Mesa Theater
Tue     10/31  Portland, OR                         Crystal Ballroom
Wed    11/1    Seattle, WA                           The Crocodile
Fri       11/3    Calgary, AB                           Marquee
Sat      11/4    Spokane, WA                        Knitting Factory
Sun     11/5    Boise, ID                               Knitting Factory
Mon    11/6    Salt Lake City, UT                 The Complex
Wed    11/8    Oklahoma City, OK               Diamond Ballroom
Thu     11/9    Dallas, TX                             House of Blues
Fri       11/10  San Antonio, TX                   The Aztec Theatre

Festival Dates:

Sat      9/9      Mashantucket, CT                Revolution Rock Fest
Fri       9/15    Chicago, IL                           Riot Fest
Sat      9/30    Madison, WI                         Sonic Boom
Sun     10/1    Louisville, KY                        Louder Than Life
Sat      10/21  Sacramento, CA                   Aftershock

Purchase tickets and VIP packages HERE.

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