Nothing More Reveal Video For Here’s To The Heartache Ahead Of First UK Headline Tour

Nothing More on stage in the Red Bull Tent at Download Festival 2014

Texan rock outfit Nothing More will in just a couple of weeks be returning to the UK for their first ever headline shows, as part of a wider European headline tour. To celebrate the tour kicking off the band have revealed a brand new music video for their latest single, Here’s To The Heartache. The song, taken from their breakthrough self titled debut album released last year, is an introspective look at the way life develops and moves on.

Here’s Nothing More’s frontman Jonny Hawkins to take us through what Here’s To The Heartache is about:

“’As I look back on my life, I realize that every time I thought I was being rejected from something good, I was actually being re-directed to something better. This quote sums up the heart of this song. We’ve seen failed relationships lead to soul mates. Crippling weakness, uncover hidden strength, and epic loss pave the way for greatness. For us, ‘believing it would work out’ led to things working out. Was it ever easy? No. Was it always worth it? Yes. So, here’s to the heartache…”

You can enjoy the video below:

Nothing More’s first UK headline tour will consist of four shows across England and Scotland in the first half of December including a show at London’s Boston Music Rooms. Full confirmation of the tour dates can be found below:

Nothing More – December 2015 UK Headline Tour Dates

Sat 5th – Birmingham – Temple
Sun 6th – Glasgow – King Tuts
Mon 7th – Manchester – Academy 3
Tues 8th – London – Boston Music Rooms

Tickets are available from around the £10 mark plus fees and postage at https://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/nothing-more-tickets. Check back in with Rock Sins for any more news on Nothing More as and when we get it.

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