DCD2 / Fueled By Ramen artist nothing,nowhere. has shared pretend, a brand-new single available today on all streaming platforms. The song is joined by an official music video – directed by Mason Mercer – which is available now on nothing,nowhere.’s YouTube channel.
nothing,nowhere. detailed the track stating, “pretend is about looking back while simultaneously trying to heal. It’s about the self-destructive nature of nostalgia and its hindrance on long term inner change.”
The new single follows the release of nothing,nowhere.’s standalone track lights 4444. The two songs arrive on the heels of nothing,nowhere.’s One Takes Vol. 1 digital LP, a compilation of reworked and stripped back versions of fan favorite tracks. nothing,nowhere.’s One Take sessions captivated listeners via his official YouTube channel, and now the remastered collection – which includes a cover of American Football’s Never Meant – is available across all streaming platforms. The LP is led by nightmare (one take), a bare bones performance which transforms his 2020 single through a pained and raw rendition.
Earlier this year nothing,nowhere. shared DEATH, a third standalone release that is joined by an official music video streaming on nothing,nowhere.’s YouTube channel. The New York Times hailed DEATH as a “Scabrous, immensely satisfying emotional expurgation from Joe Mulherin that deploys early Beastie Boys drums and Rage Against the Machine bark-rapping in service of a rap-rock revival bathed in righteousness.” DEATH follows nothing,nowhere.’s single version of nightmare, which arrived alongside an official music video, produced by Derek Maher / Scott Bell and directed by Patrick Lawler / nothing,nowhere.