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Listen to 'No Ground' by No Age

by Luke Allen (Google+), 19 June 2013

LA punk rockers No Age have shared another song from their upcoming fourth LP An Object.

Entitled 'No Ground', the song contains all the usual scuzzed out guitars and lo-fi noise-rock goodness that we are used to by now after all the time. Listen to it over at NPR.

The tracklist for An Object is below. The album drops on August 19th via Sub Pop.

  • 1. No Ground
  • 2. I Won't Be Your Generator
  • 3. C'mon Stimmung
  • 4. Defector/ed
  • 5. An Impression
  • 6. Lock Box
  • 7. Running From A-Go-Go
  • 8. My Hands, Birch and Steel
  • 9. Circling With Dizzy
  • 10. A Ceiling Dreams of a Floor
  • 11. Commerce, Comment, Commence

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