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Do Nothing Share New Track & Video ‘Moving Target’

Track: Do Nothing – ‘Moving Target’

Nottingham four-piece, Do Nothing, return with another clever single that revels in humour and the joy of pointing out what’s wrong in this contemporary social climate. The track is the third tease of what’s to come on their debut album later next month.

What They Said: “I’d say that this one distils some of the album’s more gloomy themes into a nice little song about being tired and run down. It’s also sort of about feeling small in a big world, and wondering how you could possibly relate to it. For the video, I thought it’d be fun to strap a GoPro to myself for a month and see whether the footage could be made into something. I felt weird walking around with it, but I actually quite like watching it back now as a little time capsule thing. During the editing I definitely noticed that smiley positive moments actually made for the best footage, which made me feel nice and uncynical.”

Album: ‘Snake Sideways’ Out 30th June 2023

Label: Exact Truth

Tracklist: 

1. Nerve

2. Happy Feet

3. Snake Sideways

4. Fine

5. Ivy

6. Hollywood Learn

7. The Needle

8. Amoeba

9. Moving Target

10. Sunshine State

Live Dates: 

23 Sep | Whelans, Dublin

24 Sep | Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh

25 Sep | King Tuts, Glasgow

26 Sep | The Cluny, Newcastle

28 Sep | Brudenell Social Club, Leeds

29 Sep | Gorilla, Manchester

30 Sep | Rock City, Nottingham

02 Oct | Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff

04 Oct | Thekla, Bristol

05 Oct | Castle & Falcon, Birmingham

06 Oct | Koko, London

O7 Oct | Patterns, Brighton

09 Oct | Cactus Cafe. Bruges

10 Oct | Botanique (Witloof Bar), Brussels

11 Oct | Paradiso (Bovenzaal), Amsterdam

13 Oct | Privatclub, Berlin

14 Oct | Loppen, Copenhagen

16 Oct | Nochtwache, Hamburg

17 Oct | Buhmann & Sohn, Cologne

18 Oct | Rotondes, Luxembourg

19 Oct | Point Éphémère, Paris

20 Oct | Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing

09 Nov | Biko, Milan

10 Nov | Covo Club, Bologna

11 Nov | Astro Club, Pordenone

Photo Credit: Adrian Vitelleschi Cook

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