The Cloud Nothings Train Keeps On Rolling

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It's been a busy year for one of our very favorite Cleveland bands, and it just keeps getting busier. In addition to tagging on a few more dates to their current tour, Cloud Nothings recently recorded a song for For No One TV.

The clip — for "Fall In," one of the best songs on the band's latest album, Attack on Memory — was recorded at a soundcheck in April when the band was in Chicago to perform at Schuba's Tavern.

You can watch the video — in HD! — here.

In other Cloud Nothings news, that Live at Grog Shop 12" that was supposed to come out in July is now scheduled for a September 25 release (along with a zillion other records that day).

You can pre-order the vinyl record, which was recorded at the hometown club back in April, here.

Meanwhile, if you want to catch the band live, gas up your tank and get your passport ready. They have festival shows (including stops at FYF, Pygmalion, Midpoint, and Pitchfork Paris) starting next month.

Then they board the S.S. Coachella to wrap up their hectic 2012. —Michael Gallucci

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