Nothing Premiere Music Video For Their Cover Of The Delfonics’ “La La Means I Love You”

Nothing have premiered a new video for their cover of The Delfonics‘ “La La Means I Love You.“ This track is from the band’s new EP “The Great Dismal B-Sides,” which will be released on October 8.

Vocalist Domenic Palermo commented:

“In the 80’s my dad used to cruise around in Philly in this giant cherry red Lincoln he bought with who knows what money because we were broke. He would scoop me up on the occasional summer weekends after him and my mom divorced. I can remember climbing in and having to sit on my hands because the white vinyl seats would be burning hot from the sun.

We’d cruise around the neighborhood with the windows down while he blasted Del, Stylistics, O’Jays, Teddy P… a lot of old soul and funk. I always loved the strings and harmonies that were on these records and they stuck with me. I find myself looking to integrate those kind of soundscapes with guitars when I’m recording for Nothing so this song seemed like it would be an almost lateral step for us, just obviously nowhere as cool.”

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