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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


* ThePeteBest: No Devotion was essentially the other members of Lostprophets Pete-Besting Ian Watkins after his awful crimes.

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* ThePeteBest: No Devotion was essentially the other members of Lostprophets Pete-Besting Ian Watkins after his awful crimes.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


* FriendlyFandoms: Signs point to them being friendly with [[Music/MyChemicalRomance Gerard Way]]'s fanbase, since No Devotion have opened for him and got a positive response from Way's fans.



* OldShame: The instrumentalists have disowned the Lostprophets name.

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After a several year hiatus due to Thursday's reunion tour, the band started recording a new album in 2019, revealing that Jamie had decided to leave in the interim, and Mike was absent from the sessions but still considered a member, with Geoff and Lee respectively covering their roles in the studio.


* NewWaveMusic[=/=]PostPunk: Both of these genres strongly influence No Devotion's sound.
* LighterAndSofter: No Devotion's atmospheric style is far lighter than the PostHardcore of Thursday or the AlternativeMetal of the Lostprophets.

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* %%* NewWaveMusic[=/=]PostPunk: Both of these genres strongly influence No Devotion's sound.
* LighterAndSofter: LighterAndSofter:
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No Devotion's atmospheric style is far lighter than the PostHardcore of Thursday or the AlternativeMetal of the Lostprophets.



* [[ThatManIsDead That Band Is Dead]]: They refuse to play any of the Lostprophets' songs, despite occasional urging. Guitarist Lee Gaze has spoken about his experiences with diehard Lostprophets fans in the interim of the two bands.

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* [[ThatManIsDead That Band Is Dead]]: ThatManIsDead: They refuse to play any of the Lostprophets' songs, despite occasional urging. Guitarist Lee Gaze has spoken about his experiences with diehard Lostprophets fans in the interim of the two bands.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement [[Administrivia/RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], Music/{{Lostprophets}}, later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


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* OldShame: The instrumentalists have disowned the Lostprophets name.


* {{Instrumentals}}: "Death Rattle". Rickly decided not to contribute to the song, as he felt the track was supposed to express emotions the other members had after the split of their previous group.



%%* {{Supergroup}}

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%%* {{Supergroup}}** That being said, Thursday's last album before their breakup, somewhat similarly titled ''No Devolución'' was already more atmospheric than the previous work and can essentially be counted as a bridge between Thursday and No Devotion.
* {{Supergroup}}: As mentioned above, the band was formed by instrumentalists from Lostprophets and vocalist from Thursday.


* NewWave[=/=]PostPunk: Both of these genres strongly influence No Devotion's sound.

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* NewWave[=/=]PostPunk: NewWaveMusic[=/=]PostPunk: Both of these genres strongly influence No Devotion's sound.


* ThatManIsDead: They refuse to play any of the Lostprophets' songs, despite occasional urging. Guitarist Lee Gaze has spoken about his experiences with diehard Lostprophets fans in the interim of the two bands.

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* ThatManIsDead: [[ThatManIsDead That Band Is Dead]]: They refuse to play any of the Lostprophets' songs, despite occasional urging. Guitarist Lee Gaze has spoken about his experiences with diehard Lostprophets fans in the interim of the two bands.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickey has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickey Rickly has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.


No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side,"Eyeshadow" at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickey has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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No Devotion is an AlternativeRock {{Supergroup}} formed in 2014 by Geoff Rickly, formerly of [[Music/{{Thursday}} Thursday]], and (initially) five of the six former members of the [[Music/{{Lostprophets}} Lostprophets]], later down to four after Luke Johnson left the band for personal reasons. After the catastrophic end of Lostprophets due to their singer's imprisonment for disturbing acts against children, [[RuleOfCautiousEditingJudgement which don't need recounting here]], the other members came together under a new name and recruited Rickly as their new singer. The band has released two singles, "Stay" [[note]]The band took the unusual step of releasing a B-side,"Eyeshadow" B-side, "Eyeshadow," at the same time as the main single, and in fact played them one after another during their radio debut.[[/note]] and "10,000 Summers" in 2014, (the former reaching #47 in the UK) and their acclaimed debut album ''Permanence'' in 2015, and Rickey has hinted on Twitter that a sophomore album may be in the works.

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