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Best yet

Nothington really came together to create their best album yet. If you like the first two records, don't hesitate to get this. Highlights include "End of the Day" and "Don't Have to Wait".

Best Nothington Album to Date

I have been a fan of this band since i discovered them on iTunes a few years back. Every album has a raw gritty feeling and the songs are all well composed. However, this album blew me away. Nothington took their sound and polished it in a way that cannot be replicated by any other band of their genre. If you liked their old albums, get this one. If you hated their old two albums, get this one anyway because I'm sure it kicks dirt in the face of some of the other music in your library.

This is music!

Nothington is one of those bands that you hear for the first time and can't get out of your head. They hit the right spots and they know how to do it every time. I knew this album was going to be a good one, I just didn't know it was going to be this great. They have chosen the perfect songs for dueling vocals and the guitar tone could put me in a trance. Everything about this album is perfect. I just need this album to be released on vinyl and I'm set!


Formed: 2006 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

When Bay Area pop-punk outfit Tsunami Bomb came to a close in 2005, drummer Gabe Lindeman and guitarist/vocalist Jay Northington were left without a band, but not without their desire to keep playing music. It just made sense for the friends to continue writing and practicing together, and so that's what they did in an old woodshop in Petaluma, CA. They christened the project Nothington in the spring of 2006 and posted some demos online, though at that point, they still had yet to figure out what...
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