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No Age Are Even Buzzier on "Drippy"

The second single from the LA indie band's new album, 'Snares Like a Haircut,' is an effervescent pop song that'll sound great live.

Alex Robert Ross

Alex Robert Ross

Scuzzy, LA-based indie heroes No Age have a new album, Snares Like a Haircut, coming out on 26 January. It’s their first album in four years, and their first for the Chicago label Drag City. Last month, the duo shared the record’s first single, “Soft Collar Fad,” a triumphant burst of squealing feedback. Today we get another new single in “Drippy,” which you can listen to below. Again, it’s buzzy and caffeinated, but this time Dean Allen Spunt’s lines are more tuneful and Randy Randall’s multi-layered guitars fizz around a little more.

Listen to the song below.

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