San Antonio-based Nothing More has dropped a new music video for their latest single, “Here’s to the Heartache,” from their self-titled effort released in 2014. The album is the band’s sixth studio release. The track is the fourth single from the hit album, and the primarily live-performance video was shot by Josh Sobel.

The band is currently on tour in Europe, but will be returning to the U.S. for a year-end show in Dallas.

  • November 20 – KØBENHAVEN DK – KB18
  • November 21 – STOCKHOLM SW – Fryshuset Klübben
  • November 22 – OSLO NW – John Dee
  • November 24 – HAMBURG DE – Uebel & Gefährlich
  • November 25 – BERLIN DE – Comet
  • November 26 – MÜNCHEN DE – Backstage
  • November 28 – MILANO IT – Legend Club
  • November 29 – ZURICH CH – Komplex
  • November 30 – PAIRS FR – La Maroquinerie
  • December 02 – TILBURG NE – 013
  • December 03 – ANTWERP BE – Kavka
  • December 05 – BIRMINGHAM – The Institute
  • December 06 – GLASGOW – King Tut’s
  • December 07 – MANCHESTER – Academy 3
  • December 08 – LONDON – Boston Music Room
  • December 12 – OSAKA-SHI – Hatch (w/ VAMPS)
  • December 13 – OSAKA-SHI – Hatch (w/ VAMPS)
  • December 31 – DALLAS – Bomb Factory (w/ Hellyeah & Sevendust)


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