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29 November 2024 - 07:00 pm

The team's view

In the world of power pop, where powerful guitars and catchy choruses capture the spirit of Nirvana, Big Star and Jason Falkner, New York trio Nada Surf stand out. Their music is of impeccable consistency and quality. Sounds not to be missed at the Bataclan!


For almost 30 years, Nada Surf have been part of the soundtrack to our lives, with Let Go in 2002 and The Weight Is a Gift in 2005. The same goes for the songs on their albums The Proximity Effect, Lucky, The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy, and Never Not Together. When it comes to power pop, with its soaring guitars and heady choruses perpetuating the best of Nirvana, Big Star and Jason Falkner, New York trio Nada Surf are as relentlessly consistent and impeccable as a long-standing friend to whom you remain eternally loyal and to whom you always return, no matter what life throws at you.

Moon Mirror, Nada Surf's new album, contains everything fans love and expect: bittersweet anthems that start quietly but explode into dazzling harmonies? Yes. Songs that pack a punch to the heart? Yes. Poetic, thought-provoking songs that are absolute masterpieces, where you sing along at the top of your lungs? Yes !

Moon Mirror is an exciting and moving leap forward for Nada Surf. The songs on the album are true to the human experience, as meaningful, mysterious and sometimes absurd as it is. There's love, yes, but also grief, profound loneliness, doubt, wonder and hope. There is a hard-won wisdom here, the kind that comes from falling down and getting up again.