Nothing More At The Broadberry 2-5-2018

Written By: Brandon Delano

The Grammy nominated band Nothing More brought their ‘The Story We Tell Ourselves’ tour to Richmond, VA playing The Broadberry on Monday night. The show was the second stop of the tour which will wrap up on March 3rd in Sacramento, CA. The band will then team up with Papa Roach for a spring tour that will run from April 5th to May 9th. 

Nothing More dropped their fifth studio album The Stories We Tell Ourselves back in September of last year. The album has already had its share of success hitting the number two spot on Billboards’ Top Hard Rock Album charts and earning the band a several Grammy nominations for the single “Go To War.”

Close to 600 fans filled the small venue for a chance to see Nothing More up close and persona. The 16 song headlining set gave fans a chance to hear a lot of the newer material as compared to the shortened festival sets the band has played over the past couple of year. The nights set kicked off with 2014’s “Christ Copyright” and ended with “Salem (Burn The Witch)” from the album The Few Not Fleeting. Rounding out the set list were songs like, “Let ’em Burn,” “Go To War,” “Here’s to the Heartache,” “Fadein/Fadeout,” and “Jenny”. 

Nothing More is truly a must see live band, seeing them live is the only way to capture the energy the bands pours out night after night on stage. Fans can purchase VIP and ticket packages HERE

Setlist: Christ Copyright, Let ’em Burn, Mr. MTV, Don’t Stop, First Punch, Bass Solo, Ripping Me Apart, Go to War, Just Say When, Do You Really Want It?, Here’s to the Heartache, Fadein/Fadeout, Jenny,  Ocean Floor, This Is The Time (Ballast), First of the Year (Equinox) (Skrillex cover), Salem (Burn the Witch)

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