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Nervus Share Video For The Way Back

Thursday, 15 February 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Derek Bremner

Nervus have shared a video for The Way Back.

The track is cut from their forthcoming sophomore album, 'Everything Dies', the follow up to 2016's 'Permanent Rainbow', which is due out on March 9 via Big Scary Monsters.

Introducing the video, the band said: "We asked a bunch of LGBTQ+ people on Twitter dot com to make signs saying that they're legends, coz they are, and they did. Legends. #NervusLegends🖤"

Nervus will play the Lexington in London on February 16 and the Arts Centre in Norwich the following day with Ducking Punches and Grieving. They will also support Milk Teeth on their spring UK tour. 





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