Published May 11, 2016Relapse Records signees NOTHING's Tired of Tomorrow is a shoegaze masterwork, a 10-track album on the cutting edge of its genre. From the wall of noise that is "Fever Queen" to the fast, dance-y, pop-infused "Vertigo Flowers" to the dark, muddy Alice In Chains-esque track "Curse Of The Sun," the album leaves no sonic stone unturned.
The band take so many left turns here that the project could have ended up distracting for listeners, but NOTHING somehow manage to pull everything together. The album features the genre-familiar loud, fuzzy guitars in "Eaten By Worms," but also plays with softer, cleaner sounds on more melodic tracks like "Everybody Is Happy" immediately after. Tired of Tomorrow is both warm and cold, complex and straight to the point. (Relapse)