By: Staff –
No Age are back out on the street! Effortlessly raw and extravagant in one practiced swoop, they set their live/bedroom internal clock and get out early into a glorious wind tunnel of naked beats and sunbaked guitars, forming a wave from with a new long player: Goons Be Gone!
Enter “Feeler”. This urgent punk groover is built around a primal snare-kick pattern and rippling waves of Tremelo emanating from a newly repaired Silvertone amp once purchased from a Sears catalog in the 1960’s – plus a sense of ennui that you just can’t put your finger on. That restless yearning translates seamlessly through Kersti Jan Werdal’s accompanying music video. “Feeler” emits a warm, youthful glow reminiscent of images from yesteryear with the melancholic feelings about the coming of age.
Director Kersti Jan Werdal notes: “For “Feeler”, I wanted to make something that felt honest to the experience of being an adolescent just before entering adulthood. The video is a series of memories stemming from themes of connection, disappointment, discovery, and the search for one’s true self. Animals are continually referenced, because I can’t forget the untethered and wild way it was to be a teenager.”