Nihilists return with new single Again Seat Drops


Nihilists return with new single Back Seat Drops!

Because the world waits for the return of the legendary Puressence in June, James Mudriczki has been busy together with his new mission alongside good pal John Patterson as the superb Nihilists. LTW coated their final single right here which had John Robb and I frothing on the mouth and begging for extra. Nicely right here it’s in all it’s glory. It’s one other stunning quantity stuffed with sweeping movie soundtrack noir which builds right into a hovering crescendo of darkish noise and guitars, with the acquainted vocals of James lifting to the sky with grandeur. A cracking welcome again and a teaser from their forthcoming debut album… Learn on…

NIHILISTS is a band from Manchester and Hope Valley, England.

James Mudriczki (Puressence) and John Patterson met on a flaming Northern Rail practice that was attacked by Africanised bees and sucked right into a former Cross-Hearth Hurricane of each musical style ever conceived.

Fuelled by their mutual love of land, sea, air and artisan sandwiches, they vowed to work collectively on songs that would probably warp the very material of the space-time continuum (or at the very least fray the perimeters a bit.).

Holed up of their recording studio within the wilds of Derbyshire, NIHILISTS aspire to the ethic that music is the one type of artwork that offers something goal and true which means, other than sure types of mime.

And they also let fly their 2nd salvo BACK SEAT DROPS, a hovering friction-fiction spark of longing fired into the very centre of a world-weary society unsure of the place the following sliver of happiness might come from, or even when it ever will. Let this be the primary of many.

A set of such comparable sub-sonic bath- bombs is nearing completion and nearly able to drop. Quickly, your tub fizzeth over…

NIHILISTS want to meet with like-minded people for a mutually useful expertise, and probably nights in/out, and a delicate hike ending with a good-quality carvery.

See you on the counter. Jimmy’s paying.



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