It's looking like a hell of a year for Nothing More, and they're looking to make even more of a case for that. Today the band released a new video for "Go to War," a new single off their upcoming album The Stories We Tell Ourselves.

Video wise, the band conveys a pretty intense story, shifting between scenes of the band playing on the stage of a dimly lit bar and the chaos that's ensuing in front of them. There are a variety of different scuffles happening, with punches and words being thrown with equal intensity. Multiple couples argue across the room, embodying the metaphorical "war" that can go down in a toxic relationship, a metaphor singer Johnny Hawkins explores thoroughly.

The song itself is an absolute ripper, one we already consider one of the year's best. Guitars creep under Hawkins' vocals, coming to life in short bursts before fully being realized in the chorus. Of the track's meaning, Hawkins said, "Trust is the foundation of every relationship. As trust erodes, our need for control grows. ‘Go to War’ is about how we circle the problem, unknowingly spinning the web tighter. If you circle enough, it becomes a spiral. If you spiral enough, it becomes a war."

The band's upcoming The Stories We Tell Ourselves arrives Sept. 15 through Better Noise Records. The album comes with an extensive tour in the fall featuring support from As Lions, My Ticket Home and Hell or Highwater.

The video for "Go to War" premiered at the official Aftershock website. Nothing More will be one of the bands at the Sacramento, Calif., festival, which takes place Oct. 21-22, and also features Ozzy Osbourne, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle and more.

Noting More With As Lions, My Ticket Home + Hell or Highwater

Sept. 12 – Memphis, Tenn. @ New Daisy Theater
Sept. 13 – Springfield, Mo. @ Regency Ballroom
Sept. 16 – Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Intersection
Sept. 17 – Toronto, Ontario @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Sept. 19 – Boston, Mass. @ Paradise Rock Club
Sept. 21 – Baltimore, Md. @ Baltimore Sound Stage
Sept. 22 – Charlotte, N.C. @ The Underground
Sept. 23 – Knoxville, Tenn. @ The International
Sept. 24 – Atlanta, Ga. @ Masquerade
Sept. 26 – Tampa, Fla. @ State Theater
Sept. 27 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Mavericks
Sept. 29 – Detroit, Mich. @ St. Andrews Hall
Oct. 2 – Nashville, Tenn. @ Cannery Ballroom
Oct. 4 – Kansas City, Mo. @ The Truman
Oct. 19 – Tucson, Ariz. @ Rialto Theatre
Oct. 20 – Las Vegas, Nev. @ Vinyl
Oct. 25 – Phoenix, Ariz. @ Van Buren
Oct. 27 – Denver, Colo. @ The Summit
Oct. 28 – Colorado Springs, Colo. @ The Black Sheep
Oct. 29 – Grand Junction, Colo. @ Mesa Theater
Oct. 31 – Portland, Ore. @ Crystal Ballroom
Nov. 1 – Seattle, Wash. @ The Crocodile
Nov. 3 – Calgary, Alberta @ Marquee
Nov. 4 – Spokane, Wash. @ Knitting Factory
Nov. 5 – Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory
Nov. 6 – Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Complex
Nov. 8 – Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Diamond Ballroom
Nov. 9 – Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues
Nov. 10 – San Antonio, Texas @ The Aztec Theatre
Nov. 11 – New Orleans, La. @ House of Blues

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