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NOTHING Drops Cover Of THE DELFONICS' "La La Means I Love You"

Throwing it back to the late 60s.

Nothing will release their new EP The Great Dismal B-Sides on October 8, and is now streaming a cover of The Delfonics' 1968 track "La La Means I Love You". Which if anything only proves that Nothing really needs to do more covers.

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"The world disparity and surreal circumstances that occupied all corners of life while attempting to write and record this album were so overly animated that the songs couldn't help but be contaminated," said vocalist and guitarist Domenick Palermo.

"Trimming away at the layers to negotiate with time felt akin to ripping out whole chapters out of a novel. The reasoning behind having this be physically released in the first place, and a big part we left the title track off was to make that eventual and necessary connection."

Pre-order The Great Dismal B-Sides here.

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