Fixation Fantasy by Now After Nothing

Darkenin Heart

Fixation Fantasy is Now After Nothing's second single, a song that expands on their broad assortment of musical influences with elements influenced by The Cure, Sonic Youth, and Nine Inch Nails.

The track, which was produced by John Davis (The Jesus and Mary Chain, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds) and mixed by Carl Glanville (U2, Joan Jett), is propelled by an exaggerated bass and covered in sci-fi guitar lines which together encapsulate the depth and complexity of the song's darkness.

Now After Nothing's Matt Spatial says: "The sonic atmosphere of the song is like one giant burning star of continuous combustion. It feels equal parts uneasy and harmonious happening all at once. It is warm meets cold, pain meets pleasure, and captures the exact story of the song’s lyrical content: a tale of the worst psychologically abusive relationship. It is about the struggle to break free and reclaim one's self/identity in the aftermath as told from all three sides of the story."

Now After Nothing
Band photo by Elizabeth Page

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