“It All Means Nothing”
For "All Means Nothing" Screaming Females shredder frontwoman Marissa Paternoster plumbed her punk nihilism: "The song is about the fear of no future in a world that seems to be rapidly collapsing," she told Rolling Stone. "I suppose the song is also a lot about gathering enough inner strength to push through that fear and move forward in a threatening environment." Though it was their fifth album, it was their first recorded in a proper studio—Steve Albini's Electrical Audio; the band chose to work with the fabled engineer because of his work with PJ Harvey.
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