Kings of Leon Go Post-Punk on New Single “Nothing to Do”: Stream

Kings of Leon are back with “Nothing to Do,” the latest single from their forthcoming album, Can We Please Have Fun.

Showing off the band’s post-punk side, “Nothing to Do” builds harmonic tension over the verses with layers of distorted guitars, bursting open to a melodic chorus carried by vocalist Caleb Followill.

Today, the single arrives along with a music video shot by Followill, giving viewers a peek into Kings of Leon’s inner world as they perform the song in a rehearsal space. Listen to the song and watch the music video below.

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“Nothing to Do” is the third single to arrive from Can We Please Have Fun, following February’s “Mustang” and March’s “Split Screen.” The full album is due on May 10th via LoveTap Records and Capitol Records, and will be available on vinyl, CD, cassette, and boxset formats. Pre-orders are ongoing.


Meanwhile, Kings of Leon will hit the road in June for an international tour in support of Can We Please Have Fun, stopping in cities like London, Los Angeles, Seattle, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and more. See their full list of upcoming dates, and grab tickets here.

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For more, be sure to revisit our rundown of Kings of Leon’s 10 best songs.

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