Cloud Nothings release sophomore album recorded by Steve Albini in January; the sky is the limit!

Cloud Nothings release sophomore album recorded by Steve Albini in January; the sky is the limit!

This summer I forced an old high school friend to listen Cloud Nothings, telling him that that singer Dylan Baldi had an appealing (if possible) voice reminiscent of Tom DeLonge of Blink 182. My friend, an ex-Blink 182 fanatic, said he didn’t like Baldi’s voice, and that I was wrong.

Often, I am wrong, but if you like an album for nostalgic reasons personal to you then the musicians must have done something right. But, if Cloud Nothings self-titled full-length debut did nothing for you, well then possibly the follow-up Attack on Memory, to be released on January 24 on Carpark Records, will place you on cloud nine.

A cloud joke, get it?

According to Exclaim!, the entire staff of the Canadian music zine listened to some of the new album and claims it sounds like a mix of Superchunk and Cap’n Jazz. Big whoop! My mom made the same comparison about my diarrhea sounds in the bathroom last night.

Luckily, Steve Albini in Chicago (No, not Steve Albini in Phoenix!) recorded this album and probably made the album sound exactly like Blink 182, which is something we all hope for with most albums.

Now, get your head out of the clouds and watch a teaser for Attack on Memory via Carpark Records!

• Cloud Nothings: http://www.myspace.com/cloudnothings
• Carpark: http://www.carparkrecords.com

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