New songs posted on Nothington myspace page!

Head over to to check em out! Their new records "Roads, Bridges, and Ruins" will be available on October 6! ... More
New Nothington Album, 10/6/09 - tour to follow

The mighty Nothington are gearing up for a busy fall! We will be releasing their 2nd full-length album, "Roads, Bridges, and Ruin" on Oct 6. The guys will be on the road starting early September. For those of you in the SF Bay Area, come check out the Nothington's album release party 9/25/09 at Thee Parkside with Dead To Me and Semi Evolved Simians! ... More
Nothington tour dates with Fake Problems posted

Nothington tore it up last night in their hometown, SF and are ready to hit the road again. This time, they'll be headed out with awesome FAKE PROBLEMS!. Head over to the tours page to get the dates! (PS: these aren't all the dates, so make sure to check back if your town is not listed) ... More
Nothington SF show added to tours page!

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Come by the BYO and Nothington Booths at WArped!

It's been 4 days so far and thanks to all of you who have been stopping by! Nothington have been doing great and winning crowds over!!! They'll be playing till July 22, so make sure you check for what time they will be playing the Hurley Stage. BYO has a booth as well and we're offering a ton of sick deals on our merch (cd's & tees) so stop by and pick up those cd's you've been meaning to check out! ... More
Nothington added to Warped Tour

The mighty Nothington have just announced that they will be playing select dates on the Warped Tour. Low ticket price, tons of bands...and now Nothington! Does it get any better? Check tour dates page for complete listing. ... More
Nothington Podcast #2

Here's another podcast with the Jay. For those of you who haven't experienced the wide world of podcasts, it means great things: you download, put it on your ipod and anywhere you go, you can be lulled into a fantasy state by Jay's voice :-) Get it here: ... More
Stream Nothington's "All In"

The kind folks at Punknews have it up for a limited time. head over to: ... More
Nothington podcast

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Imagine a group of young musicians finding success, travelling internationally on high profile tours, gracing covers of magazines, endorsing products and having all the marks of what a “successful” band has in its routine. For Gabe Lindmen and Jay Northington, who had spent the better part of the early 2000’s in the wildly successful pop punk outfit, Tsunami Bomb, it was just the kind of success story that seemed too good to be true at such a young age. And just as things seemed like they couldn’t possibly get any better, the spring of 2006 saw Tsunami Bomb brought to an abrupt end with the group disbanded and tied up in litigation.

Enter Nothington, in the fall of 2006. Jay and Gabe began practicing and writing songs in an old woodshop in Petaluma. It quickly became evident that the project would be a labor of love between the two bandmates and what emerged was the idea for both to get back to their punk rock roots. It was during endless hours on tour buses, planes and strange lands, that they began conspiring in shared musical aspirations. At the time, the incessant games of “guess what song” and “dude, check this out” seemed like time killers and not much thought was given to creating a project that was all their own. So they scrounged up some cash and recorded a handful of demos and posted them on-the-fly on a social networking page they’d thrown together. It all happened so seamlessly that little thought was given to what they actually intended to do with those songs. For Gabe and Jay, making music was their calling and it seemed natural to just keep on and who better than with the familiar face of each other. After all, they’d both spent the greater part of their early twenties together. Resulting from these sessions is a rich sound filled with hints from Jay’s Southern background providing a leaning towards soulful songwriting mixed with influences that the band proudly wears on their road worn hearts like Tom Waits, Leatherface, and Mike Ness. All men who growl, and growl Jay does!.

Just a few weeks after their demos were online they began playing with another orphaned musician, Chris Mutalich, whose most notable previous band, Enemy You, had been inactive for a number of years and whose most recent, Try Failing, were ill fated, again leaving Chris without a band. At the very first practice, it became clear that in addition to his guitar duties, Chris’ classic snotty punk vocals would provide the perfect balance to Jay’s deep growl. To their surprise, they began to field inquiries from labels big and small. Eventually, it was the LA based label, BYO Records, that the band decided they would release their highly anticipated debut album as well as their 2nd full length "Roads, Bridges,and Ruins"

For Nothington, their story is just as important. As their sound as every note, every guitar riff and growl comes from the heart. At the core of it, they’re just searching to get back to their punk rock roots, to something that is simple and not complicated by business or genres or the latest fad. With the release of “All In” the band have finally found their way.

All In Roads, Bridges, and Ruins   
All In
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Roads, Bridges, and Ruins
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----- Releases -----
Control Me Bouncing Souls / Anti-Flag Someone's Gonna Get Their Head to Believe In Something Hagfish-Stamp,Shark 2,4,6,8... The Dividing Line (The Brigade) Someone's Gonna Get Their Head to Believe In Something Self Control Warmth and Sencerity