Now Playing: Do Nothing – 'Fits'

Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Photo by Adrian Vitelleschi Cook

Nottingham band Do Nothing late last month delivered their most recent single 'Fits'. The track will be making an appearance on their upcoming debut EP Zero Dollar Bill. The five-track EP will be available on April 10th via their own imprint Exact Truth.

The band's charged-up and sharp new track was inspired by Chris Bailey's (Do Nothing's vocalist) relationship with his brother. "This song came about relatively naturally. It’s about that sad little feeling of drifting away from things that meant a lot to you when you were younger. I wanted to write something about my big brother, and what came out sounds somewhat sarcastic, but is actually a quite sincere love song to him and our childhoods. He’s called Benji, and I don’t see him enough."

Also set to appear on the band's forthcoming EP will be their previous single 'Lebron James'. The EP is set to draw upon Bailey's own experiences as well as the world's current happenings. "There’s a lot of finger-pointing, yelling and confusion, and as much of an ordeal as that sounds I think it’s quite fun. The point is that confusion is important! It’s basically the currency that I deal in."

Listen to 'Fits' by Do Nothing below.

Written by Amy Smolcic (@amysmolcic)

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