Fergus Miller’s Record Label To Donate All Bored Nothing Album Sales To His Family

Following the tragic death of Melbourne musician Fergus Miller (best known as Bored Nothing), the singer-songwriter’s record label has made an altruistic gesture towards his family.

Bored Nothing’s record label Spunk Records has revealed to Music Feeds that it will be donating 100 per cent of Bored Nothing sales from its online store directly to Miller’s family.

Miller spent years recording music at home, and made use of sites like Bandcamp and SoundCloud before he was signed to Spunk at the age of 22. He released two albums as Bored Nothing, the latest being 2014’s Some Songs, which is available to purchase in CD and vinyl formats at the Spunk Records online store.

Miller’s death at the weekend came after a long battle with depression. Miller was only 26 years old, and has death has shocked the Australian music community.

In a statement posted to Facebook yesterday after news of Miller’s death broke, Spunk Records said, “Loved the couple of years working with Fergus and Bored Nothing,” adding that they are “utterly gutted by his passing”.

Since the news broke, more and more tributes have flown in for Miller:


Miller was involved in a number of musical acts throughout his career, including Pansy, Milkshake, Revenge Surgery and Wedding Ring Bells.

Music Feeds extends its condolences to his family and friends.

If you or anyone close to you needs help dealing with depression, contact Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Lifeline on 13 11 14.

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