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Cloud Nothings Share New Song So Right So Clean From Upcoming Album 'Last Building Burning'

Tuesday, 09 October 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Daniel Topete

Cloud Nothings have shared a new song, So Right So Clean.

As the Cleveland quartet gear up to release their new album, 'Last Building Burning', their latest offering demonstrates the sonic range of the upcoming record, as the slow burning track erupts into a feverish pitch led by Dylan Baldi's vocals. It follows previously shared cuts Leave Him Now and The Echo of the World.

In addition to the new record, which is due out on October 19, Cloud Nothings will be embarking on a European tour early next year, including a show at London's EartH on January 31.

Cloud Nothings Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri January 25 2019 - BRIGHTON Patterns
Sat January 26 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Hare And Hounds
Sun January 27 2019 - MANCHESTER Band on the Wall
Mon January 28 2019 - GLASGOW St Luke's
Wed January 30 2019 - BRISTOL Thekla
Thu January 31 2019 - LONDON EartH - Hackney Arts Centre

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