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