Hailing from the heart of Ireland's capital, TV People are back with their third single of 2020 'Nothing More'.
The four-piece band, who have established themselves as ones to watch within the Dublin music scene, have laced their indie rock sound with punk-inspired undertones to create a reflective anthem.
Lead vocalist and guitarist Paul Donohoe explore the feeling of finding yourself and questioning your purpose in life; resonated through slow-moving guitar riffs and subtle drum beats, creating an emotional yet powerful offering.
Speaking about the single, the band explain: "It reflects on the superficial challenges of finding yourself that you face in adolescence and early adulthood, and contrasts these with deeper existential anxiety that emerges in their place as you begin to overcome them."
Mixed and recorded at Darklands Audio with Dan Doherty (Fontaines D.C.) and mastered at Abbey Road Studio by Christian Wright (Radiohead), 'Nothing More' sees the band come to terms in the struggle of finding yourself.
Following the releases of 'Kitchen Sinking' and 'Time Eats UP', TV People seemed to be doing all the right things, even in the middle of a pandemic.