Consider this toy model. Flip a coin an infinite number of times (it's a toy model, so anything is possible).
Define nothing as completely random , no correlation, no simple rule to generate the sequence of heads/tails, nothing that makes sense
Define something as non random, for example an infinite sequence of heads would be uncharacteristic , and many others.
Due to our limited human ability to process only finite amounts of information, we can realistically talk only about finite sequences of results within our toy model, and for any finite sequence, we can find a structural, constructing, explanatory rule that would generate it. That's something, isn't it , surely it's not nothing, according to our definitions.
A somehow similar situation appears in physics, the Wheeler - DeWitt equation (in quantum gravity) is timeless. The reemergence of time needs decoherence , and is related only to limited subsystems of the whole system.
Anyway, going back to our toy model, our perception of something , rather than nothing is a consequence of our limited ability to process only finite amounts of information , in finite time.
Just a thought.