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Nothington streaming six songs from upcoming album “Borrowed Time”

Nothington are streaming 6 songs from their upcoming album “Borrowed Time” right over here. It’s not the whole thing, but it’s a good chunk of music to get you pumped on it.

“Borrowed Time” is due on September 13th via Red Scare Industries.



Nothington streaming new song “Ordinary Lives” off upcoming album “Borrowed Time”

San Francisco punk rockers Nothington are streaming a new song called “Ordinary Lives” off their upcoming album “Borrowed Time”, and you can click right here to check it out.

“Borrowed Time” will be released on September 13th through Red Scare.  The album is the first since 2009′s “Roads, Bridges, and Ruins”.  They’ve also got an EP called “More Than Obvious” that was released this Summer.



Nothington streaming new song “Don’t Have to Wait” off upcoming album “Borrowed Time”

San Francisco punk rockers Nothington are streaming a great new song called “Don’t Have To Wait” off their upcoming album “Borrowed Time”, and you can click right here to check it out.

The song will hopefully keep fans of the band occupied until they release “Borrowed Time” on September 13th through Red Scare.  The album is the first since 2009’s “Roads, Bridges, and Ruins”.  They’ve also got an EP called “More Than Obvious” that was released this Summer.



Nothington reveal cover art and tracklist for upcoming album “Borrowed Time”

Red Scare Industries will be releasing the next full-length from San Francisco punk rockers Nothington, entitled “Borrowed Time”on September 13th.

You can check out the cover art and tracklisting here.

It will follow up 2009’s “Roads, Bridges and Ruins” in the interim, the band released a new EP entitled “More Than Obvious.”



Interview: Jay and Chris (Nothington) talk future tours and music

nothingtonGearing up to release a new full length album this fall, half the members of San Francisco punk rock band Nothington took some time out for a good interview, and you can check it out right here.

Among the topics covered are the band’s recent acoustic EP “More Than Obvious”, their upcoming tour with Cobra Skulls, and what happens when Jay wakes up on tour without his clothes, keys, or wallet.  It’s a good read.

Nothington will release “Borrowed Time” on September 13th through Red Scare Industries.



Nothington releasing new full-length album “Borrowed Time”

Red Scare Industries has just announced that they will be releasing the next full-length from San Francisco punk rockers Nothington.  It will be titled “Borrowed Time” and fans can expect it out September 13th.  As with their previous LPs on BYO, it was recorded by Scott Llamas at PopSmear Studios out in the SF Bay; and according to Red Scare, “this is their best record and most likable batch of songs we’ve ever heard outta this band. It’s good. Real good.”

The band will be hitting the road the Fall with Cobra Skulls.  You can check out the dates and locations here.

Nothington’s last full-length, “Roads Bridges and Ruins” was released in 2009 on BYO Records.



Stream four tracks off the upcoming Nothington EP “More Than Obvious”

You can stream four new tracks off San Francisco punk rockers Nothington right here.  The tracks (“End Of The Day”, “In Flames”, “Not Looking So Good”, and “Tired Hearts”) will appear on the band’s upcoming acoustic EP “More Than Obvious.”

“More Than Obvious” is due out July 12th on Red Scare.



New Song: Nothington – “Tired Hearts” off upcoming EP “More Than Obvious”

San Francisco punk rockers Nothington have posted a new song entitled “Tired Hearts.”

You can have a listen right here.

The song appears on their upcoming EP, “More Than Obvious,” out July 12th on Red Scare. Nothington’s last released Roads Bridges and Ruins in 2009 on BYO Records.



Interview: Nothington in the studio, talks past releases, label ideas and more

nothingtonWhile Nothington is currently in the studio, they recently did an interview where they discussed past releases, the growth in sound between them, possible label ideas and more. You can read the full interview here.

Nothington’s last released “Road Bridges and Ruins” in 2009 on BYO Records.



Nothington announces European and West Coast summer tour dates

nothingtonSan Francisco punk rockers Nothington have announced some upcoming summer tour dates. The guys will head to the west coast in July, then make their way through Germany and Spain from August to mid September. You can check out the west coast dates here, and the German dates here.

Nothington’s last released Roads Bridges and Ruins in 2009 on BYO Records. The guys are currently planning to release an upcoming 7″ More Than Obvious.



Nothington give update about upcoming acoustic 7-inch “More Than Obvious”

nothingtonSan Francisco punk rockers Nothington have given a little update about their upcoming acoustic 7” “More Than Obvious.” Here’s what they had to say,

Finishing artwork for our 7″ Red Scare e release… It will officially feature 2 brand new acoustic songs, an acoustic version of RBR’s Not Looking Down, and one full band song that was originally written for RBR, but was cut from the record due to imperfections…. This song, “Tired Hearts” was re-written and recorded for this release, due out in July!”

Nothington’s last released Roads Bridges and Ruins in 2009 on BYO Records.



Nothington to release (mostly) acoustic 7” “More Than Obvious”

nothingtonSan Francisco punk rockers Nothington will soon be releasing a mostly acoustic 7″ entitled More Than Obvious. More Than Obvious will contain 4 songs and will also be released digitally (for all you non vinyl people out there.) It is set to be released on Red Scare Industries in July.

Nothington’s last released Roads Bridges and Ruins in 2009 on BYO Records.



Video: Nothington post tour compilation video

nothingtonSan Francisco-based punk band Nothington uploaded a pretty rad video to their facebook page today. The video was put together by a friend of theirs, and contains clips of shows spanning six US States and two European countries (Germany and Serbia, of course).

While it only runs a hair over 2.5 minutes, it does a pretty great job of documenting the live energy of a Nothington show. Check it out here.

Nothington’s last release was 2009’s “Roads Bridges and Ruins” on BYO Records.



Free Comp Download: Intervention Records – “How The West Was One”

Intervention Records is offering a free download of a punk rock compilation entitled “How The West Was One.”

It features songs from Nothington, The Atom AgeRandom Orbits, DC Fallout, Black Sails Western Shores and more.  Check out the full tracklist here.

Grab your download here.



Nothington announces upcoming acoustic 7″

San Francisco punk outfit Nothington has announced via Facebook that they are releasing a new acoustic 7″ on Red Scare, due out “hopefully in May.” The record will include 3 new songs, one of which may possibly be on an upcoming full length, as well as an acoustic version of ‘Not Looking Down,’ from their 2009 release ‘Roads Bridges and Ruins.’

According to the Facebook update, the band will be finishing up recording this week.

Nothington recently had to cancel their winter tour in Europe for unspecified reasons.