Cloud Nothings stream new album 'Here And Nowhere Else' – listen

The band release their fourth album on April 1

Cloud Nothings stream new album 'Here And Nowhere Else' – listen

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Cloud Nothings are streaming their new album 'Here And Nowhere Else'. Listen to it below (via NPR).

The band's fourth album, it was recorded in Hoboken, New Jersey, with producer John Congleton (who also worked on the new Swans record). It will be released on April 1.

Singer Dylan Baldi said of the album in a statement that the record is more positive than their 2012 LP 'Attack On Memory'. He said: "I was feeling pretty good about everything so I just made stuff that made me happy. I had nothing to be angry about really so the approach was more positive and less 'fuck everything.'"

The 'Here And Nowhere Else' tracklisting is as follows:

'Now Hear In'
'Quieter Today'
'Psychic Trauma'
'Just See Fear'
'Giving Into Seeing'
'No Thoughts'
'Pattern Walks'
'I'm Not Part of Me'




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