Nothing covered Radiohead’s “Creep” at Shaky Knees and it was awesome

Nothing at Shaky Knees | photo by Rachel Del Sordo for WXPN |

Philly rockers Nothing touched down in Atlanta on Sunday for the Shaky Knees Festival where, along with a showcase of their rad new record Tired of Tomorrow, the band treated the crowd to a seriously-on-point cover of the Radiohead classic “Creep.”

Our photographer Rachel Del Sordo was in ATL covering Shaky Knees, and reports that “Honestly it was the best cover of ‘Creep’ I’ve ever heard. They played ‘Creep’ better than Radiohead.”

Watch a clip below and see for yourselves.

Frontman Domenic Palermo told the Shaky Knees crowd that they’d only done the cover once or twice before — and per YouTube, one of those times was at The Moth Club in the Hackney neighborhood of London this past Friday, the 13th. Watch a pretty wild full-song video of that performance below.

Nothing headlines Union Transfer on Friday, July 8th. Tickets and more information can be found at the XPN Concert Calendar.



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