Cloud Nothings are putting out a limited pressing white label called Live at the Grog Shop, July 17th.
Each 12 inch will have a personalized, hand-drawn picture on it’s sleeve.
Above is a video from that April Cleveland performance of “No Future/No Past” off of Cloud Nothings’ album Attack on Memory .
Insound is offering a 7 inch of Fall-In also from that Grog Shop show with purchase of Attack on Memory here or a bundle here.
Tour-dates including Pitchfork Festival and FYF Festival after the jump
Northeast Ohio’s Cloud Nothings just dropped a creepy video for No Future/No Past. It’s got some dude being dragged to what appears to be impending doom. You can read an interview with the video’s director Ryan Manning, cinematographer Caleb Crossen and drummer Jayson Gercyz on Urban Outfitters.com. You can Stream Cloud Nothings’ album on Complex Magazine’s Website.
Watch the “No Future/No Past” video after the Jump
Northeast Ohio’s Cloud Nothings make available their second single Stay Useless off their upcoming Steve Albini produced album Attack on Memory via Rolling Stone.
Attack on Memory will be released 1/24.
2012 Tour dates after the jump which include a Columbus show.
Soundcloud: Done Waiting
Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings have certainly been on the DW radar of late, what with their appearance at this fall’s Ohio Film + Music Fest and a new album recorded by Steve Albini slated for release in January. However, the band’s Joe Boyer (also of Total Babes) has just upped the ante with his new side project, Chomp. This week our friends at Exit Stencil Records announced that a full-length Chomp album is tentatively planned for April, and gave us the first Chomp track for the world to hear, called…Done Waiting. An uplifting pop gem that instantly earned a place in our hearts. At the end of the day, aren’t we all just done waiting?
MP3: Cloud Nothings-No Future No Past (SPIN)
Northeast Ohio Band, Cloud Nothings recorded their new album Attack on Memory with Steve Albini(Shellac). This is a logical progression for Dylan Baldi’s project that started doing lo-fi power-pop songs in a basement. Cloud Nothings did a bunch of shows then released a more refined album.
Cloud Nothing played extensively and then grew some more.
And here we are with Attack on Memory which will drop on Carpark Records , Jan 24th.
Tracklist + Tourdates after the Jump
We’re just over a week away from the Ohio Film+Music Festival, which means we’re just over a week away from bands like RJD2/Icebird, the New Bomb Turks, Heartless Bastards, Cloud Nothings and others, plus films like never-before-seen Jim Jarmusch shorts featuring Tom Waits, 4192: The Crowning of the Hit King and Eric Mahoney’s North Dixie Drive.
So, in anticipation, we’re giving away two tickets to the Friday, Oct. 7 New Bomb Turks / Heartless Bastards / Cloud Nothings / R.Ring (featuring Kelley Deal) show at Skully’s and two film tickets to the Ohio Doc Double Feature, The Last Truck: The Closing of a GM Plant shown with North Dixie Drive (Saturday, Oct. 8 at 3:55pm). Just send an email to email@example.com with the subject OFMF by next Wednesday (10/5).
Ticketing details for all events at OFMF.
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The Ohio Film + Music Festival is a brand-new “curated, 4-day film and music event, exhibiting Ohio native directors, bands and musicians,” and the first round of confirmations alone is reason enough to get excited. So far the inaugural lineup looks like this:
New Bomb Turks
Main St. Gospel
R. Ring (feat. Kelley Deal)
The Last Truck: Closing of a GM Plant (Steven Bognar + Julia Reichert)
True Nature (Patrick Steele)
Stranger than Paradise (Jim Jarmusch)
4,192: The Crowning of the Hit King (Terry Lukemire)
45365 (Ross Bros)
Deadbeat At Dawn (Jim Van Bebber)
North Dixie Drive (Eric Mahoney)
Double-Stop (Roger + Gerald Sindell)
Outside In (Todd Volkmer)
Eric Mahoney and Mr. Scott Johnson promise additional lineup announcements, ticket info and more details soon. Keep up with OFMF on Facebook and Twitter.
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MP3: Dead Girls Dance (Way Yes Remix)
Columbus world-beat-electro-pop duo Way Yes opens for Oberhofer and Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings Friday at the Basement. For a little taste of two of those bands, check out Way Yes’ remix of the Oberhofer song “Dead Girls Dance.” Trippy.