See No Age Transform ‘Letterman’ Into DIY Art Space for ‘C’mon, Stimmung’
Los Angeles duo also reveal music video for pensive "I Won't Be Your Generator"
No Age performed on the Late Show With David Letterman on January 23, and, as the high-minded DIY duo are wont to do, they turned the space into a makeshift art exhibition. Singer-drummer Dean Spunt and guitarist Randy Randall covered their instruments and amps with white sheets, donned identical denim outfits, and played in front of a blank backdrop while drenched in bluish light. The uniformed front was in service of “C’mon, Stimmung,” a sparky art-punk fit from the Los Angeles pair’s handmade 2013 album, An Object. Watch the clip above, and look out around the 2:10 mark: Randall jumps off his amp and nearly crashes onstage.
No Age have also just released the music video for “I Won’t Be Your Generator,” a slow-burner that can also be found on An Object. Like last year’s experimental visual for “An Impression,” the Oliver Payne-directed video for “Generator” is without narrative — it’s an abstract piece consisting of close-ups of different, uh, objects. Find that below, and scroll further down for No Age’s tour dates.
No Age tour dates:
February 1 – Tokyo, Japan @ Club Quattro
February 2 – Osaka, Japan @ Conpass
February 28 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill
March 1 – San Francisco, CA @ Brick & Motar Music Hall
March 15 – Los Angeles, CA @ Center for the Arts