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nothing,nowhere. Announces Debut Australian Tour

American singer, rapper and guitarist Joe Mulherin (aka nothing,nowhere.) will tour Australia for the first time in February 2023, playing five shows across the country in support of his latest studio album, 2021’s Trauma Factory.

The tour will kick off Monday, 6th February at Perth’s Amplifier Bar before shows in Adelaide, Sydney and Brisbane. The run of dates will finish on Sunday, 12th February at 170 Russell in Melbourne. Tickets are on sale this Friday, 16th December at 10am local time. Pre-sale begins on Wednesday, 14th December; sign up here.

nothing,nowhere. – ‘Pieces of You’

Trauma Factory arrived in February 2021. The album includes the KennyHoopla-assisted single ‘Blood’. Mulherin described Trauma Factory as “an accumulation of songs written during a confusing time” in a statement alongside the album’s announcement in late 2020.

“It is about accepting the present and following your true north through the pain and suffering of human life,” he said. “I wanted to make an album that was truly genreless and inspire others to challenge themselves artistically. I believe the most inspiring art is unpredictable and unrestrictive. To me that’s what Trauma Factory is.”

In addition to his own material, Mulherin has featured on numerous tracks by other artists in recent years. There was a 2021 collaboration with Australian pop-punk band Stand Atlantic titled ‘deathwish’ and a guest appearance on Silverstein‘s album Misery Made Me earlier this year.

nothing,nowhere. has released a string of standalone singles throughout 2022 – most recently ‘CYAN1DE’ with Fall Out Boy‘s Pete Wentz.

nothing,nowhere. 2023 Australian Tour

  • Monday, 6th February – Amplifier Bar, Perth
  • Wednesday, 8th February – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide
  • Friday, 10th February – Metro Theatre, Sydney
  • Saturday, 11th February – Princess Theatre, Brisbane
  • Sunday, 12th February – 170 Russell, Melbourne

Tickets on sale Friday, 16th December at 10am local time.

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