This week, in the blazing afternoon sun, Aural Ambush trudged around West Village on the hunt for citizens who would don our headphones and listen to “Eraser” by No Age. The song is the second track on Nouns, the Los Angeles-based band’s newest album, and its first record on Sub Pop (well, other than the 7-inch-single for “Eraser” that preceded the full-length).
Most of the songs on the album are fuzzed-out, thick-as-gravy and take repeated listenings to appreciate. And, knowing that, we still decided to discover what people on the street had to say. Not surprisingly, their takes varied...
And if you like the track and you want to hear it again, feel free to download it below for, um, free...
And, while we don’t have tickets to give away for the band’s show at The Loft, well, you don’t need tickets to stop by Good Records for the free in-store. --Daniel Rodrigue
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