downloadBlue Sapphire Music welcomes Beautiful Nothing to our label. The Toronto-based Alt-Rock band managed by Gerry Young from Current Management released their debut album on May 20th. The self-titled release is distributed through Universal Music Canada.

Beautiful Nothing features:

Anthony Ludgate (vocals/keyboard)
James Featherstone (bass)
Luke Ludgate (guitar/keyboard)
Shane Ludgate (drums/percussion/piano)
Sven Petrovic (guitar)

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Beautiful Nothing are gaining trction at radio as the band has had a busy summer touring to support the release of their self-titled debut album. They have just released the video for their second single, Finer Things. Upcoming local dates are Sept 5  & Sept. 20 – Mississauga; Sept. 16 – Burlington.


“COME COLOR ME” is a feisty thing, primo springtime guitar pop, hitting a sweet spot somewhere between school of early Coldplay and the West Coast big guitar sound exemplified by Yukon Blonde. Beautiful Nothing’s self-titled debut CD is set for release May 20, 2014 on Jeff Burns’ Blue Sapphire Music label, distributed by Universal Music Canada.” Lenny Stoute – Cashbox Canada

“This album is a massively entertaining slice of Power Pop and New Rock – while simultaneously being neither …Beautiful Nothing has managed to defy both categorization and influence spotting. The album fires on all cylinders with the first single, “COME COLOR ME“, a melange of ’80s brooding melodicism and a finger-popping bass hook courtesy James Featherstone reminiscent of local heroes Chalk Circle or even Breeding Ground. The production by Anthony Ludgate and Bill McDowell is first rate on this disc – well above indie band level.” Jamie Vernon

“First single COME COLOR ME is a well-crafted and melodic guitar-fuelled rock song that seems to possess all the necessary elements for a rock radio hit.” Kerry Doole, NCM

“Occasionally, very occasionally, a group or artist will emerge from the wannabe rabble with a release that just screams hit record! Toronto’s Beautiful Nothing is just such a band … Powered by Anthony Ludgate’s infectious vocals, Beautiful Nothing project a feel-good sound, driven by strong melodic numbers powered by strong lyrical hooks, and creative instrumental arrangements “ The Music Express – Keith Sharp

“The Hamilton/Burlington five-some created wisely crafted contemporary rock with strong references to early ‘80s new wave, with a hint of classical Clash and even an occasional rap vocal.” Edgar Breau – Hamilton Spectator

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