Watch The Pink Stones Play “Nothin’ New” Outside the Clarke County Jail in Athens for “Neighborhoods”

The song will be included on the group’s debut LP Introducing...The Pink Stones, out April 9 via Normaltown Records.

Last month we had the pleasure of introducing the somber country rock ballad “Shiny Bone” ahead of a more comprehensive introduction to Athens country rock ensemble The Pink Stones, and today the group is sharing another track with us before the release of that debut record via a stripped-down live set. With just two of their six members performing, John Neff and Hunter Pinkston set up with their guitars outside Athens’ Old Clarke County Jail—a landmark across the street from the offices of their label, Normaltown Records—to perform the track from the band’s forthcoming debut, Introducing… The Pink Stones.

Matching that previous track’s energy, the acoustic and slide guitars on this play through of “Nothin’ New” also match the overcast skies and eerie background imagery of their setting. The Super Canoe–produced visual a sight to behold, and complements a sound to get excited about—watch that short set below ahead of the release of Introducing…, out April 9.


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