Philly band Nothing released one of our favorite records last year, Tired Of Tomorrow, a brilliantly euphoric,  alt-pop dream with a hint of darkness. The darkness easily comes from the bands lead singer Domenic Palmero’s insane past couple of years. Palmero was jumped multiple times and ended up in the hospital with brain trauma, lost his father, and Nothing were unwillingly involved in the Martin Shkreli/Collect records nightmare. Still, these events only made for strong material that led to their brilliant album Tired Of Tomorrow which the band has been touring in support of.

Seeing Nothing live is an equally transcendental and electric experience which is why their current tour in support of legends AFI is something you cannot miss. Nothing will be opening for AFI playing tracks off Tired Of Tomorrow and their brilliant debut Guilty Of Everything this Friday at Terminal 5 here in NYC, Saturday at Paradise Rock Club in Boston and returning home to Philly to play Union Transfer next Monday February 6th.

The next four shows of the Nothing/AFI tour are sold-out and the rest of the our is likely to follow suit so make sure you get your tickets now and get to the venue early to see Nothing live. For tickets and more tour information click here! | Tired Of Tomorrow