Bored Nothing, Australian musician, Died at 26


Fergus David Edward Miller was born on 1990, and died on October 9, 2016.

He was known professionally as Bored Nothing.

He was an Australian musician.

Fergus released a self-titled album in 2012.

Which received some international attention and together with his band Miller had toured internationally.

His vocals and delivery received immediate comparisons to Elliott Smith, especially on acoustic tracks like “Get Out of Here” and “Charlie’s Creek”.

But, the composition of his music is often considered shoegaze or dream pop with its layered vocals, reverb and fuzzy guitars.

Some critics have made comparisons to fellow shoegaze artists Ride, Silversun Pickups, Teenage Fanclub and My Bloody Valentine.

During August 2014, he announced the release of his second album, Some Songs, preceded by the single ‘Ice-Cream Dreams’.

He was suffering from depression, committed suicide.

There were tributes from other Australian bands began to flow, including Major Leagues and the John Steel Singers.

He left his wife Anna Davidson (of band Major Leagues, and their joint band Pansy)

Bored Nothing passed away at 26 years old.