Nervus are set to play a run of dates in support of their critically acclaimed sophomore album Everything Dies (out now on Big Scary Monsters).
Everything Dies came as a result of Em trying to navigate a path through her life in a world that still struggles with acceptance, and is the product of a woman comfortable in her own skin, yet uncomfortable with certain sections of society’s out-dated prejudices. The album has a loosely themed structure, split up into three separate acts; birth, life and death.
“I think the theme of the album is actually quite positive, with each and every point made about the shit that you face in life and in death, there’s an offer of hope. Fighting to keep things in perspective, that’s what Everything Dies is about. It’s not easy, it’s not pretty, and it’s not always possible on your own or even possible at all, and it’s about grappling with that.”
Nervus make music that isn’t simply written but purged, a means of awakening vital to the author. Be sure to catch one of the UK’s best artists live at one of their live shows.
UK & Euro tour dates:
18 November – Hope & Ruin, Brighton
19 November – Boston Music Rooms, Brighton
20 November – The Parish, Huddersfield
21 November – Audio, Glasgow
22 November – The Flapper, Birmingham
23 November – Gulliver’s, Manchester
24 November – Heartbreakers, Southampton
25 November – The Exchange, Bristol
27 November – l’Olympic Cafe, Paris (FR)
29 November – Kreativfabrik, Wiesbaden (DE)
30 November – Waldmeister, Solingen (DE)
01 December – Frosty Booze Cruise, Hamburg (DE)
02 December – JH Sojo, Kessel-Lo, Leuven (BE)