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Zero Dollar Bill EP is the debut release from Do Nothing, childhood friends vocalist Chris Bailey, guitarist Kasper Sandstrom, bassist Charles Howarth and Andrew Harrison on drums. The EP muses on the state of the world as well as Bailey’s own personal experiences in the past several years since the formation of Do Nothing. With BBC Radio 1’s Jack Saunders, Annie Mac, and Huw Stephens all fervent fans, along with Radio X’s John Kennedy, Do Nothing are all set for even greater things in 2020.
Released: April 2020 Cat: DNLJ00212 Label: Exact Truth
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A group full of ideas with pocketsful of potential
Do Nothing has been a much talked about indie band for some time now. They’re dossing around the likes of LIFE and Sports Team in that kind of slacker-student alt indie-punk thing that’s going on. In April, the hype came to a head with the release of the Nottingham foursome’s debut EP, Zero Dollar Bill. Honestly, I think the band have better to come, which is a really weird thing to say about a record in your top 10 feature. But it’s a compliment really. Zero Dollar Bill is a solid five-track EP and displays a group full of ideas with pocketsful of potential. But I suspect the debut album, whenever it comes, will be on a different level. Watch this space.
Do Nothing - Zero Dollar Bill
A stunning debut EP. Absolutely masterful post-The Fall vocals, and some of the best guitar work you will hear all year.