Nothing Accuse Warpaint of Plagiarism

Nothing Accuse Warpaint of Plagiarism
Warpaint started teasing new music this week, but Philadelphia's Nothing seem to think the other outfit's just-launched promo campaign features some decidedly unoriginal material. Specifically, Nothing are insinuating that a video upload from Warpaint is biting a recent promo for their Tired of Tomorrow LP.

Backing up a bit, Warpaint uploaded a short video yesterday (July 28) through their social media accounts, which presents a bird's-eye view slowly closing in on a rooftop painted with the words "Heads Up" on it. As the camera gets closer, you'll realize that the members of Warpaint are lounging about on the roof as well.
  Nothing caught wind of the promo video, and quickly pointed out the similarities to a video of their own that was uploaded earlier in the year. Theirs starts with a shot of the band playing Tired of Tomorrow track "Eaten by Worms" on a rooftop, with the camera pulling out to reveal that the album title has been scrawled out in giant letters on said surface. This up top image also serves as the album cover.

A number of fans also took Warpaint to task for the alleged image cribbing. Some noted that the two pieces were too close to be considered a coincidence, while former Ten Yard Fight/In My Eyes member Anthony Pappalardo decided to poke fun at Warpaint by "revealing" the group's next album cover.
  Warpaint have not responded to the claims, but it's possible Nothing, despite retweeting a ton of mentions calling the other group plagiarists, are fine with the visuals after all. Warpaint have yet to officially detail a follow-up to their self-titled collection from 2014. You'll find their recently announced global tour schedule down below.

Tour dates:

09/19 Seattle, WA - The Showbox
09/20 Vancouver, BC - Imperial Vancouver
09/21 Portland, OR - Wonder Ballroom
09/23 Oakdale, CA - Symbiosis Festival
09/24 Long Beach, CA - Music Tastes Good
09/25 Las Vegas, NV - Life is Beautiful
09/27 Englewood, CO - Gothic Theatre
09/29 Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater
09/30 Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
10/01 Detroit, MI - St. Andrews Hall
10/03 Toronto, ON - Danforth Music Hall
10/04 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
10/06 Boston, MA - Paradise Rock Club
10/07 Brooklyn, NY - Warsaw
10/08 New York, NY - The Bowery Ballroom
10/09 Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer
10/12 San Francisco, CA - The Fillmore
10/13 Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre
10/22 Bristol, U.K. - Simple Things Festival
10/23 Edinburgh, U.K. - Queens Hall
10/24 Manchester, U.K. - Albert Hall
10/26 Liverpool, U.K. - The Dome
10/27 London, U.K. - The Roundhouse
10/29 Paris, France - Pitchfork Festival
10/30 Cologne, Germany - Live Musik Hall
11/01 Berlin, Germany - Astra
11/02 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
11/04 Reykjavik, Iceland - Iceland Airwaves