No Age - Fever Dreaming

Consciously simple and consciously brilliant.

Whatever you want to label No Age, it’s undeniable they make some of the best loud, fast songs out there at the moment. Well, really it’s between them and Male Bonding, but even then they probably just take it. Their latest single, ‘Fever Dreaming’, doesn’t let them down.

It’s one of those rare songs that you’ll probably hear as much in some trendy club in Shoreditch as you will in New York, or even on NME TV. It holds that uni punk sound from the 90s that is both loud, obnoxious and fast, but nostalgic and finely tuned and crafted at the same time. It’s got that Sum 41-for-the-NME-generation element, but also the post punk feel for the hip crowds.

But more than that, it’s simply a fucking good, addictive song. It’s more of what you expect from No Age: loud, tight, and, importantly, with that little extra that lifts it. They understand the simplicity of what they’re making, what makes those two chords so perfect, and what makes those breaks so brilliant.

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