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The Dirty Nil Release Pain Of Infinity Video Ahead Of London Show

Friday, 15 February 2019 Written by Laura Johnson

The Dirty Nil have released yet another hilarious video.

It was hard to imagine how they'd top That's What Heaven Feels Like, and though there may not be any cat pictures or dogs eating ice cream they've done it. Pain of Infinity features them slacking as grim reapers, eating doughnuts and hotboxing.

Both tracks feature on the Canadian trio's sophomore album, 'Master Volume', which came out in 2018 via Dine Alone Records. They're still hitting the road to support it and are currently on a spring European tour, which tonight calls at the Moth Club in London.

Stereoboard spoke with the Dirty Nil prior to the release of their new record. Head here to check out the chat.

The Dirty Nil Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri February 15 2019 - LONDON Moth Club

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