Cloud Nothings turn Coldplay’s ‘Clocks’ into a jarring noise

Cloud Nothings have delivered a new, noisy take on Coldplay's iconic track 'Clocks', as part of A.V. Club's 'Undercover' series. Exclusive NME offer: Save £10 on Amazon Music Unlimited plans with code NME10 The fuzzy indie-rock band left the guitars at home for the cover version, instead employing a number of keyboards to remix the track live. Cat noises, screeching...

Cloud Nothings unveil ‘New Here In’ video – watch

Video features Toro Y Moi's Patrick Jeffords in a large papier-mâché head

Cloud Nothings and Wavves collaborate on new joint album

Cloud Nothings' Dylan Baldi spent the last 10 days in LA writing with Nathan Williams of Wavves.

Cloud Nothings – ‘Here And Nowhere Else’

“A simple life can be so strange”, laments Dylan Baldi over the corkscrewing guitars on ‘Now Hear In’, the opening track on pop-punk scrappers Cloud Nothings’ fourth album, ‘Here And Nowhere Else’. Quite what Baldi still knows about a simple life is unclear: in just four years the 22-year-old from Cleveland has released three albums dripped in fuzz and...

Cloud Nothings stream new album ‘Here And Nowhere Else’ – listen

The band release their fourth album on April 1

Cloud Nothings announce new album, reveal track ‘I’m Not Part of Me’ – listen

The band's fourth album 'Here And Nowhere Else' will be released on March 31

Cloud Nothings to release ‘noisier’ new album in 2013

Frontman Dylan Baldi will follow up 2012 album 'Attack On Memory' immediately

Cloud Nothings – ‘Attack On Memory’

At 20 years old, Cloud Nothings mainman Dylan Baldi is a good example of someone being annoyingly good at an age when most people are really shit. In interviews he admonishes the current trend towards what he calls “hazy, electronic-y nostalgic music that is making up the ‘indie’ scene”. On record, he steals only from the best, sounding like...

Cloud Nothings – ‘Stay Useless’

No such ambition to be found here, unless we’re talking the kind fairly useless in day-to-day life, such as the ambition to assemble a box of really good 1980s punk rock seven-inches. But effort-free sounds like effortless on this Albini-recorded teen anthem, which takes one hook and works it so hard that after three listens it feels like you...