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Cloud Nothings Make Pure Noise Debut With “Final Summer”

Cloud Nothings Fall 2023
[Photo by: Chad Butler]

Cleveland natives Cloud Nothings have made their Pure Noise Records debut with their rambunctious new single, “Final Summer.” 

Kicking off through a wave of ethereal ambiance and sizzling synthesizers, “Final Summer” quickly bursts with an electrifying surge of sharp guitar work across an upbeat and groovy rhythm. Vocalist/guitarist Dylan Baldi’s vocals cut through the boisterous sonic display of bandmates Jayson Gerycz (drums) and Chris Brown (bass) to culminate into a repeat-worthy two-and-a-half minutes.

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Discussing the band signing to Pure Noise, Baldi shares, “We’re really glad to be working with Pure Noise. It’s exciting to be on a label with so many great punk bands, and it’s going to be inspiring to see our music standing alongside the myriad sick records that Pure Noise has released.”

Additionally, Baldi delves into the inspiration of “Final Summer,” sharing that the track is about “reconciling past versions of myself with the self I see when I look in the mirror every morning.” He continues, “[I’m] always trying to learn more and using that knowledge to take the leaps of faith that are necessary to try new things and continue living and growing. Cloud Nothings has been around for 14 years now, and we wouldn’t have been able to power through the many ups and downs of those years without taking the chorus of ‘Final Summer’ to heart: I have some thoughts, I have some dreams, but I need to be happy with what I’ve got for me.”

Cloud Nothings is gearing up to support The Menzingers across their extensive North American tour, acting as support alongside Microwave and Rodeo Boys. The tour will kick off on November 9 in Rochester, NY, and conclude in Toronto, ON, on December 17. You can grab tickets to see Cloud Nothings live here.

Tour Dates:

  • Nov. 9—Rochester, NY @ Water Street Music Hall
  • Nov. 10—Boston, MA @ Roadrunner
  • Nov. 11—New York, NY @ Knockdown Center
  • Nov. 12—Philadelphia, PA @ Franklin Music Hall
  • Nov. 14—Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade (Heaven)
  • Nov. 15—Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works
  • Nov. 16—Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts
  • Nov. 17—Richmond, VA @ The National
  • Nov. 18—Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
  • Nov. 19—Pittsburgh, PA @ Roxian Theatre
  • Nov. 24—Columbus, OH @ Athenaeum Theatre
  • Nov. 25—Chicago, IL @ The Salt Shed
  • Nov. 26—St. Louis, MO @ The Pageant
  • Nov. 28—Dallas, TX @ Southside Music Hall
  • Nov. 29—Austin, TX @ The Far Out
  • Dec. 1—Phoenix, AZ @ The Nile
  • Dec. 2—San Diego, CA @ The Observatory – North Park
  • Dec. 3—Los Angeles, CA @ The Belasco
  • Dec. 5—Berkley, CA @ The UC Theatre
  • Dec. 6—Portland, OR @ Revolution Hall
  • Dec. 7—Seattle, WA @ Showbox SoDo
  • Dec. 8—Vancouver, BC @ Harbour Convention Centre
  • Dec. 9—Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre
  • Dec. 10—Sacramento, CA @ Ace of Spades
  • Dec. 12—Salt Lake City, UT @ Rockwell at The Complex
  • Dec. 13—Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom
  • Dec. 14—Lawrence, KS @ Liberty Hall
  • Dec. 16—Detroit, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
  • Dec. 17—Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall
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