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Nothington release new single “Cobblestones”

San Francisco melodic punk band Nothington have released a brand new two-song single entitled “Cobblestones”.

The band plans to release a full length LP in 2017 through Red Scare Industries.

You can listen to “Cobblestones” below.



Nothington announce 2017 European tour

San Francisco punk band Nothington have announced a European tour in celebration of their 10th anniversary. The tour kicks off next February in Amsterdam, and will run through March.

Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.

Nothington recently returned from a brief hiatus. They released their latest album Borrowed Time in 2011 through Red Scare Industries, and announced plans for a new record in 2015.



Nothington announce end to hiatus

San Francisco punk band Nothington appear to be ready for a comeback soon. The band announced via Facebook that their hiatus is “nearly over,” posting the following statement:

“Hello world. Our hiatus is nearly over. We will be announcing some things very soon. Thanks for supporting our band all these years, we will be seeing you in the not so distant future. Cheers!”

There’s no word yet on what exactly that means, but it’s at least some promising news! We’ll keep you posted as more details become available.

Nothington’s last album Borrowed Time was released in 2011 via Red Scare Industries. They apparently have a new album recorded, and were expecting to release it a full year ago, but didn’t. Still, there’s no word on what the band’s impending announcement could be. Stay tuned.



Red Scare Bands (California Edition) Provide their Top 10 Lists for 2015

Happy Holidays, Punk Fans! It’s December so you know what that means. Family, friends, holiday cheer, and then the important stuff. Yep. Top 10 lists! We’re kicking off this season with various lists from the California based bands of Red Scare Industries.

Find out Chris of Nothington’s favorite shows, Jen of Bombpops‘ favorite songs, Mattsimum Waves of The All Brights‘ favorite “stuff”, and Jordan of Vultures United‘s favorite album and movie releases below.



Nothington to release new album this summer

San Francisco punks Nothington will release their new album this summer:

We are excited to be finishing up the new recording. New album, summer 2015. Let’s party.

Nothington’s last full-length, “Borrowed Time”, was released in 2011 also on Red Scare.  We’ll keep you posted as more details are released.



Nothington begins recording new LP today

Looks like we can expect some new music from San Francisco punks Nothington soon.  The band will begin recording their next album today in San Francisco at Motor Studios (Dead To Me, NOFX, Propagandhi). Steve Rizun (the guy who is responsible for making The Flatliners sound EXTRA badass) is behind the knobs on this one, and they’re hoping to have it out on Red Scare by next Spring.

Nothington’s last full-length, “Borrowed Time”, was released in 2011 also on Red Scare.  We’ll keep you posted as more details are released.



Shows added for Red Scare 10-Year Weekend (acoustic performances and surprise guests)

Red Scare Industries has announced a handful of side shows for their 10 year celebration weekend happening in Chicago over the weekend of October 24th. Looks like some pretty solid acoustic performances and a couple surprise guest appearances.  Check them out below.



Free Comp Download: “Now I Wanna Beard Your Dog” (The Bennies, PUP, Nothington, etc.)

Our friends at Bearded Punk have released a new compilation titled Now I Wanna Beard Your Dog. It features songs from 40 awesome bands, including The Bennies, PUP, Nothington, Restorations, Muncie Girls, and many more.

You can give the comp a listen below, and snag your free digital copy from Bandcamp.



DS Photo Gallery & Show Review: The Lawrence Arms, Nothington, and Great Apes in Los Angeles, CA (2/16/14)

“Where have I been all your life?” Fans of The Lawrence Arms know this feeling – the feeling of being reunited with someone/something you love after what feels like a long absence. Last month, TLA released their first full length album in nearly eight years, titled Metropole (check out our review here), and the punk community rejoiced. The news of this album had been teasing fans for a year and it truly was a sweet, sweet reunion. As the album release got closer and closer, I (along with every other TLA fan) waited anxiously for the tour that would follow. During this waiting period, I was lucky enough to see them twice last year – first at a secret show they did in LA at The Viper Room and then as one of the club shows at Punk Rock Bowling in Las Vegas. This past sunday, I attended the Metropole tour (featuring support from Nothington and Great Apes) at the El Rey in Los Angeles.

I only caught the last few songs of Great Apes, but they were decidedly catchy and I recommend checking out the band if you have a chance. Nothington were up next and killed it. Their set energized the audience with anthemic songs like “Far to Go,” “A Mistake,” and “The Escapist.” It is evident that Nothington and TLA like touring together (they played the PRB club show last year together as well) and their sets compliment one another. Nothington is the kind of band that puts on a kick ass show no matter what – I highly recommend checking them out on this tour or any other tour they play.

Seeing The Lawrence Arms is like hanging out at a party with your best friends. Not only do they put on a great live show musically, but you can also count on their on stage presence to be extremely entertaining (I seriously think Brendan Kelly should just do a comedy tour). They are the kind of band you root for – you can relate to their lyrics as if they are talking directly to you and then you want to hang out with them and grab a drink afterward. This show proved that they are back with a vengeance with the release of Metropole – incorporating tracks like “You Are Here,” “Drunk Tweets,” and “Beautiful Things” into their live set. Additionally, TLA played crowd favorites including, but not limited to, “The Slowest Drink At The Saddest Bar On The Snowiest Day In The Greatest City,” “The Ramblin’ Boys of Pleasure,” “Are You There Margaret? It’s Me, God,” “Necrotism: Decanting the Insalubruis (Cyborg Midnight), Pt. 7,” and my personal favorite – “100 Resolutions.” Let’s hope it’s not another eight years before another new album and tour…but for now, enjoy our photo gallery from the Metropole tour below.



Nothington stream new 7-inch release “Live in Germany”

San Francisco punks Nothington have released their new 7 inch “Live in Germany” via La Escalera Records. The album consists of tracks recorded on the group’s 2012 European tour. You can give “Live in Germany” a listen below.

Nothington is curently on tour with The Lawrence Arms and you can get more info about that here.



Cover Art Battle Winner (October 8th): Nothington

Congratulations are in order for Nothington, whose new b-sides / rarities comp “Lost Along The Way” won last week’s Cover Art Battle, which featured new releases from The Murderburgers, Suburban Legends, New Found Glory, and more, with 44% of the vote!

As always, don’t forget to click here and get your vote in for this week’s Cover Art Battle, featuring new releases from Red City Radio, Heartsounds, Fall Out Boy, and many others.

Congrats again to Nothington! Head over here to stream “Lost Along The Way” in its entirety and, if you wanna catch the band live at The Fest 12 in Gainesville, you can find details on when and where they’ll be playing below.



Full Album Stream: Nothington – “Lost Along The Way”

San Francisco punks Nothington are now less than a week away from the release of “Lost Along The Way,” a full-length comprised of B-sides, covers, and other assorted rarities. How rare? Well…see for yourself; the whole album is streaming over at Vice/Noisey. Click here to check it out.

“Lost Along The Way” is due out October 8th via Red Scare Records. Click here to see where you can catch Nothington at the Fest in Gainesville later this month.



Nothington stream “Rob The Band” off upcoming B-sides album “Lost Along The Way”

San Francisco punk act Nothington has just released a new song off their upcoming B-sides/rarities album “Lost Along The Way.” Check out “Rob The Band” right here.

“Lost Along The Way” will be released October 8th via Red Scare Records.



Nothington streams One Man Army cover “All The Way” from new rarities comp “Lost Along The Way”

San Francisco punk act Nothington has just released a new song off their upcoming B-sides/rarities album “Lost Along The Way.” Check out “All The Way” originally from One Man Army here.

“Lost Along The Way” will be released October 8th via Red Scare Records.



Nothington stream “Save This” from new rarities comp “Lost Along The Way”

Today, we’re stoked to be bringing you a stream of one of the many tracks that will be appearing on Nothington‘s upcoming rarities / b-sides compilation “Lost Along The Way”!

Give “Save This,” which was originally featured on a (now out-of-print) European 7-inch, a listen below and head over to Red Scare Industrieswebstore to pre-order your copy of the record before it’s officially released on October 8th.