Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Nada Surf Returns with The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy

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It's been a relatively quiet four years for New York's indie pop institution, Nada Surf, save for last years covers collection, If I Had a Hi-Fi. Well, we're more than a little pleased to report that Nada Surf will return on January 24th with thier 7th LP, The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy on Barsuk Records in the U.S. and City Slang in the U.K. and the rest of Europe. This marks the first set of new material from the band since 2007's Lucky. While recording The Stars.. with Chris Shaw (Wilco, Super Furry Animals) the band made a deliberate attempt to capture their live sound and not over think things too much in the studio. The album features contributions from former Guided By Voices/Cobra Verde guitarist Doug Gillard as well as Martin Wenk (Calexico). The first single When I was Young, is winsome track that finds lyrical balance between the dreams of youth and the realities of adult hood, that we immediately connected with.

For the price of your electronic whereabouts you can grab the track from the bands interweb shelter, or listen below.

Nada Surf - When I Was Young by cityslang

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