Nothing explore a “digital renaissance” with their new ‘Blue Line Baby’ video

The clip stars model Sara Skinner.

Nothing have released a new video for their track ‘Blue Line Baby’.

It’s the second single from their upcoming third album ‘Dance On The Blacktop’ – which arrives on 24th August via Relapse Records – and its subject matter is North Philadelphia’s opioid outbreak of the early 90s.

Frontman Domenic Palermo explains: “Looking around at the friends and family that are still around that came from down there, I’ll always be touched by what can come out of all that chaos and suffering. Children forced to learn loss early, faced with immeasurable odds and all the while this train continually hovers over your head, taunting you with its irony that there wasn’t a way out.” 

Check out ‘Blue Line Baby’ below.

The band are over for a UK tour this December. Catch them at:

02 Patterns – Brighton (UK)
03 Oslo – London (UK)
04 The Cellar – Oxford (UK)
05 The Fleece – Bristol (UK)
06 Soup Kitchen – Manchester (UK)
07 The Brudenell Social Club – Leeds (UK)
08 Stereo – Glasgow (UK)
09 The Cluny – Newcastle (UK)
10 Hare and Hounds – Birmingham (UK)
11 Joiners – Southampton (UK)

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