Stockholm based indie-pop trio Nothing in Common make their return with their debut 4 track EP Kicking Myself, March 20th. Drawing from their combined influences, Nothing in Common thrive on the ability to experiment with their music, concepts and the different emotions they’re able to portray with each release.
Led by the soothing vocals of front woman Alice, supported by Bo (drums) and Pelle (guitar), the unlikely collaboration began when Bo and Pelle met whilst studying digital design at school together. They then discovered Alice, a talented singer-songwriter on their course and invited her to a session. Only two tracks deep, the trio have already garnered over 100,000 streams on Spotify and built a loyal online following.
The talented and absolutely mesmerising trio write frank indie-pop songs about relationships and heartbreak, often with darker, more introspective undertones. Kicking Myself was written by Nothing in Common front woman Alice, sharing her own experiences with an impressive honesty. Sang through gritted teeth, Kicking Myself tells the all too familiar tale of regret and reflection, looking back on a situation that she should have handled differently.
‘Kicking Myself’ EP will be out on March 20th via Flak Records on all streaming platforms.