As we previously reported on here, Nothing is set to release «The Great Dismal B-Sides», an EP containing two originals, one of which you can hear through the previous link, and a cover of «La La Means I Love You» by The Delfonics. The latter has now received a video treatment, which you can watch below. The video was directed by Dan Swindel (who was also editor and director of photography) and Domenic Palermo, produced by Bob Miron, and features choreography by Kyle Kimball. Styling was done by CC Loo, wardrobe by Chris and Cesar, hair by Jason Hughes, and plug-ins by Stephen Bush.
«The Great Dismal B-Sides» is set for release on October 8 through Relapse Records on digital and vinyl formats. Pre-orders can be found here.
Remaining on the subject of Nothing and covers, they both covered and got covered by Integrity as part of the second episode of Two Minutes To Late Night‘s «Splitsville». First, watch Integrity play Nothing’s «The Rites Of Love And Death», taken from their 2012 EP «Downward Years To Come». The video was shot by Michiel De Smet, Lenore McLimans, Josh Sisk, and Drew Kaufman, who also edited it. The song was mixed by Arthur Rizk.
Finally, we’ve got Nothing covering the Integrity‘s «Those Who Fear Tomorrow», from their 1991 namesake classic. The video was shot by Frank Huang and edited by Drew Kaufman, with the sound engineered and mixed by Seth Manchester, and mastered by Matt Colton.