nothing,nowhere. Embarks on a Dystopian ‘80s Fever Dream in “nightmare”

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nothing,nowhere. has never a problem pushing the boundaries of alternative rock and emo-rap. His music moves forward at a cataclysmic pace, bearing witness to emotionally-driven moments of catharsis that see him openly battling his inner demons and overwhelming anxieties. His latest single is no different; it arrives as a heart-racing, boundary-pushing exploration of his inner psyche.

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“nightmare” is the first new music from the Vermont-bred artist since the release of BLOODLUST, his collaborative EP with Travis Barker, late last year. The brand new single sees the emo SoundCloud rapper reaching explosive new highs. Backed by a deluge of instrumentation and production that hits it apex almost instantaneously and never quite slows done, “nightmare” plays out like an adrenaline shot straight to the heart. nothing,nowhere. spoke further on the inspiration behind the new single and accompanying visual, sharing,

“I wrote ‘nightmare’ while I was watching Purple Rain every night with the lights out. For days I would put the movie on mute and just be inspired by the visuals and the vibe. The final product seems like some sort of dystopian ‘80s Miami Beach fever dream. Songs like these are the reason I love making music and pushing myself out of my comfort zone.”

In addition to the ‘80s Miami Beach fever dream of a single and accompanying video, nothing,nowhere. has announced his largest world tour to date, which will see support from Danger Incorporated, Ro Ransom, and Bogues.

Watch the “nightmare” video below:

nothing,nowhere. 2020 North American tour:

April 14 - Burlington, VT - Arts Riot
April 15 - New York, NY - Gramercy Theater
April 17 - Asbury Park, NJ - House of Independents
April 18 - Philadelphia, PA - The Foundry @ The Fillmore
April 20 - Washington, DC - Union Stage
April 22 - Carrboro, NC - Cat’s Cradle
April 23 - Orlando, FL - The Abbey
April 24 - Tampa, FL - Crowbar
April 25 - Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
April 27 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall
April 28 - Austin, TX - Barracuda Outside
April 29 - Dallas, TX - Gas Monkey Bar and Grill
May 1 - Phoenix, AZ - The Crescent
May 2 - Los Angeles, CA - The Regent Theatre
May 3 - Santa Anna, CA - Constellation Room
May 5 - Berkeley, CA - Cornerstone Berkeley
May 7 - Seattle  WA - Chop Suey
May 8 - Vancouver, BC - Fortune Sound Club
May 9 - Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
May 11 - Salt Lake City, UT - The Complex
May 12 - Denver, CO - Oriental Theatre
May 13 - Kansas City, KS - Madrid Theatre
May 15 - Chicago, IL - House of Blues
May 16 - Detroit, MI - The Shelter
May 17 - Cleveland, OH - The Phantasy
May 18 - Pittsburgh, PA - The Rex
May 19 - Toronto, ON - The Mod Club
May 21 - Montreal, QC - Fairmount Theatre
May 23 - Boston, MA - The Paradise

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