the nihilist & the pretender

ALBUM RELEASE: The Nihilist & The Pretender

nihilist (noun) 1. someone who rejects all theories of morality or religion. 2. an advocate of anarchism pretender (noun) 1. one who simulates, pretends, or alleges falsely; a hypocrite or 2. one who sets forth a claim, especially a claimant to a throne No Body Died was conceived during the cold, dreary London winter of 2010. Songwriters Jay Westfold and …

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10 music videos from 2015

here is a list. some videos from 2015 that have provided some inspiration and you should probably see. if you have seen them, enjoy. no particular order. Flyying Colours – Not Today Years & Years – Foundation Cheatahs – Signs To Lorelei East India Youth – Beaming White Blanck Mass – Dead Format Gaz Coombs – 20/20 Tei Shi – …

the nihilist and the pretender tour

The Nihilist and The Pretender Tour

this March, no body died head out on the road to support the release of the single ‘arp’ and their forthcoming EP ‘the nihilist and the pretender’.  join no body died and a host of incredible guest artists spanning genres of electro, post rock, shoegaze, trip-hop, dreampop and indie. Friday 6th March – The New England Hotel, Armidale – with …

pretender

pretender

n. one who simulates, pretends, or alleges falsely; a hypocrite or dissembler. one who sets forth a claim, especially a claimant to a throne. n a person who pretends or makes false allegations (government, politics & diplomacy) a person who mounts a claim, as to a throne or title n. a person who pretends, esp. for a dishonest purpose. an …

nihilist

nihilist

nihilism n. philosophy the doctrine that nothing actually exists or that existence or values are meaningless. relentless negativity or cynicism suggesting an absence of values or beliefs: nihilism in postwar art. political belief or action that advocates or commits violence or terrorism without discernible constructive goals. also nihilism a diffuse, revolutionary movement of mid-19th-century russia that scorned authority and tradition …