Next to Nothing - The Summer You Left for San Francisco (acoustic live)

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Formed in the summer of 2011, Next To Nothing present an honest and accomplished brand of melodic pop-punk. Drawing on a rich and eclectic milieu of musical backgrounds, from jazz to marching bands and everything in between, it is perhaps no surprise that Next To Nothing has crafted a buoyant yet mature sound – an instrumental prowess from front to back and a degree of musicianship not perhaps associated with an energetic young pop-punk outfit. The proficient sound that shone through in March’s debut E.P, the eight-track Brutally Honest, is present in abundance on Stories We’ve Never Told, with the band showcasing an ability to deliver a combination of up-tempo pop-punk, seasoned rock breakdowns and contemplative, poignant slow burners.

With a swiftly increasing live attendance and a huge social media following of 43K+ on Twitter, Next To Nothing have no only satisfied their existing fan base with their chunky and infectious hooks, but also made a name for themselves amongst their peers, and have recently shared the stage with the likes of Rocky Loves Emily, Phone Calls From Home and Taylor Thrash.

On October 15th 2013, the Maryland rockers released the eagerly anticipated debut full-length in the form of Stories We’ve Never Told, as they look to exude an attractive brand of pop-punk on their biggest audience to date.
Next To Nothing is:
Keller Nigh – Vocals, Guitar
Sean Scott - Bass
Aaron Mong - Guitar
Jesse White - Drums

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