Published Oct 31, 2017It's been seven years since Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shay Haley delivered their Nothing LP as N.E.R.D., but some teasers now have fans wondering whether or not the trio are set to finally deliver a follow-up album.
As listeners have shown on social media, posters displaying the band's backronym "No One Ever Really Dies" have appeared in public places, with the design also shown on the band's website. Users also found a similar display last weekend at noted N.E.R.D. fan Tyler, the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival event.
Further fuelling the hype train, Pharrell took to Twitter today (October 31) to ask listeners to tune into Apple's Beats 1 Radio tomorrow (November 1) at 12 p.m. EDT.
Back in August, it was announced that N.E.R.D. would headline ComplexCon this November. At that same event last year, Pharrell revealed that a new album from the trio will drop "when it's time."
While we await further details of whatever N.E.R.D. have in the works, find some shots of their cryptic messaging below.
Turn on @beats1 tomorrow at 9a PT / noon ET.— Pharrell Williams (@Pharrell) October 31, 2017
N.E.R.D. ads everywhere pic.twitter.com/N7tzt0TQa5— pharrell's junebug (@angelAmyV) October 29, 2017