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LISTEN: Never Not Nothing’s Corrosive New Track ‘Ritual Destruction’

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 19 October 2020 at 18.09

Their first track under their new moniker.

After revealing they were changing from their name over from Black Futures, Never Not Nothing have released their first track under their new moniker. And what a way to kickstart a new chapter. 

'Ritual Destruction' is a swirling and daring mix of techno-fuelled ferocity and harsh rock energy that grips the neck and squeezes throughout.

Space had this to say about the track's meaning:

“It’s about letting go of that emotional weight that’s led us to this point, and coming to terms with it to revolt, to consciously evolve. It’s an evolutionary story in three minutes of pure abandon.

“It was really cathartic and helped us put life's trauma and beauty into perspective. When we got back to the studio we locked ourselves in and began ambitiously trying to put this feeling into music. Being isolated in the middle of nowhere, away from family, with the constant uncertainty and threat of the virus it really intensified the need to express that nihilistic dread and abandon that was building up.”

Have a listen below:

The band have also performed it live from 'The Void', which you can watch below:

You can also read the statement the band made last week all about their change of name:

"Dear Friends,

With empathy and community at the core of our beliefs as humans and artists we have made the decision to change our name to ‘Never Not Nothing’.

We have become increasingly aware of ‘Black Futures’ existence as a positive, powerful and progressive phrase in relation to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Black Futures Month happens every year in conjunction with Black History Month, brought about to help visualise futures with equality, liberty and accountability at its core. Futures free from racism on all levels.

We stand as allies, as empathy machines, in solidarity with BLM.

Never Not Nothing"

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