Stream Nothing’s second album ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’ in full – listen

The band have also announced a meme competition, emoji pack and custom tattoos

Philadelphia punk band Nothing are streaming their album in full one week ahead of its release.

‘Tired Of Tomorrow’ is the follow-up to the quartet’s 2014 debut ‘Guilty Of Everything’ and is released on May 13 via Relapse Records. Listen to it in full below.

To celebrate the record’s release, the band have announced a competition for fans to create their own memes based on what they are tired of. The three memes with the most likes will win merchandise, gig tickets and more.

In addition, the group have released their own custom emojis in collaboration with Emoji Fame. The set includes the band members with black eyes and missing teeth, burning police cars, handcuffs, and a bloody bass.

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Fans in parts of Texas, New York, Illinois, Massachusetts, Sweden, Japan, Switzerland, California, Connecticut, Kentucky, Indiana and Pennsylvania will also be able to get their own custom Nothing tattoos at participating studios on May 13. A Snapchat filter will also be launched, where the designs (drawn by artist Eric Kenney) can be imposed onto fans’ skin.

For a full list of participating shops and to see the available designs, head here.

Nothing play two shows in London on ‘Tired Of Tomorrow’s release date. Nothing will play:

London Rough Trade East, 6:30pm (May 13)
London Moth Club (13)

The band will also host a listening party and Q&A session at Sonos Studios, London on the same day. Tickets and further information can be found here.