Beautiful Nothing

Electronic Press Kit


Every week, I get hundreds and hundreds of emails from artists asking me to listen to their stuff. Most I’d classify as pretty good, but occasionally, something exceptional comes through. This is one of those times.
 Is this the next IT band around here?

- Alan Cross; Music Director at Corus Entertainment - 102.1 The Edge

Musically, an eighties ignited sphere of driving electronics, thick, grimace inducing bass lines and soaring, dissonant guitar lines that would speak to the Pixies in their Bossanova years. Lyrically, the songs are an ode to youthful exuberance, sex, burning cities, ghosts and relationships past. Vocal leads casually pushing through like Edwynn Collins when he found his crooner meets punk rocker footing in Orange Juice. When all these sonic aspects combine in the melting pot we get...

Beautiful Nothing.

With the release of their self-titled album, Burlington's Beautiful Nothing amassed significant college radio and video airplay across Canada. Videos for the songs Come Color Me, and Highway To The Sky received rotation on both Aux TV and MuchLoud and their live shows had them sharing stages with names like The Trews, Monster Truck, The Arkells, and Finger Eleven.

Riding the momentum of their debut, without missing a beat the band are now set to release the follow-up to their debut entitled Sleep Walk, an “indie electro-rock stream of conciosness,” as the band thoughtfully describes it.

"It's all about separating yourself from unnecessary stresses and understanding that these things are only real in our minds. That's what's so great about sleepin. You never really have to face these stresses directly but they all get sorted on a subconscious level," ponders Anthony Ludgate, the bands lead vocalist regarding the premise behind the bands upcoming album "Sleep Walk".

Along with Anthony are his two brothers Luke and Shane Ludgate and childhood friends Sven Petrovic and James Featherstone.

Music has been part of the Beautiful Nothing's lives from the beginning as they grew up in a homes surrounded by musicians and their wares.

“Our parents have been playing music for decades, so there were always a lot of acoustic guitars around the house and lots of people playing music. Seeing as how much music there was surrounding us growing up it seemed only natural that we got into it as well.”

From there the band discovered artists like Radiohead, 1980s music like The Cure and Depeche Mode and other artists like the Killers, Cage the Elephant and Kings of Leon.

The only way to truly experience Beautiful Nothing, however, is at their live show.

“The stage is where we really leave it all behind. It’s a therapeutic process for us and without it we’d all be insane.”

With plenty of live shows, cinematic music videos and an album release that could be the sound track to a science fiction teenage novel from 1984, 2017 is looking to be the perfect time for Beautiful Nothing to exponentially grow their blossoming cult following.



Album Download


Stage Plot

Promo Photos

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Sleep Walk

•  Lead single ‘The Unknown’ premiered on Much Music and A Music Blog, Yea?

•  Performed with The Arkells, Monster Truck, The Trews, Finger Eleven...

•  Nominated for Alternative Recording of the Year at the Hamilton Music Awards

 • Recommended by Alan Cross and featured multiple times in his Weekly Top 11

Press Links

Alan Cross - The Unknown Video

A Music Blog, Yea?: The Unknown Video Premiere

Exclaim!: Million Different Ways Video

CTV Morning Live: Interview and Performance

Much Music: Come Colour Me

Music Express: Album Review

Track Listing

  1. Meet Me In My Dream
  2. The Unknown
  3. Million Different Ways
  4. Simple Lies
  5. Crazy Now
  6. Must Be Dreaming


Indie/ Electro / Rock / Pop

Sounds Like

  • Depeche Mode
  • The Cure
  • Cage The Elephant
  • The Naked and Famous


  • iTunes, Amazon et al
  • March 24th, 2017



Radio: Zach Glavan |
PR: Jess Seguire |