Nothing But Thieves to Release Debut on RCA Records; Album Pushed to 2016
U.K. alternative rock band Nothing But Thieves, which was originally set to release their self-titled debut album on Oct. 16 through SIN/Sony International, has been picked up by RCA Records, Billboard has learned.
The change in record labels means that the release date for Nothing But Thieves has now been shifted to Feb. 5, 2016.
"We’ve been working closely with Sony U.K. for over a year on Nothing But Thieves and are thrilled to see that our efforts have resulted in them being upstreamed to our friends at RCA,” SIN/Sony International's Vinny Rich and Adam Pollock tell Billboard in an exclusive statement. “They’re a great band and definitely deserve continued success.”
Nothing But Thieves' recent endeavors include performing at the Reading & Leeds and Lowlands festivals this summer, as well as touring in support of Muse. Their debut album was recorded at Angelic Studios, Little Drummer Boy and Hits & Arts Studios. It was mixed by Cenzo Townshend (U2, Florence + The Machine, Thirty Seconds to Mars) and Adam Noble (Placebo). Its first single, “Trip Switch,” has accumulated more than 1.4 million views on Vevo so far. Watch the video below: