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Nada Surf

The band's great "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" performance, including a web exclusive, is now up online at www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com

The band's great "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" performance, including a web exclusive, is now up online at www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com



Nada Surf's brilliant new album, 'The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy', is out now and available on CD, vinyl and download.

With the video for 'When I Was Young' due to arrive any second/minute/day now - watch this space - and their much anticipated European tour kicking off in a few short weeks, Nada Surf really are spoiling us...

Order your copy from the label, or from those old favourites iTunes or Amazon.

Nada Surf's brilliant new album, 'The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy', is out now and available on CD, vinyl and download.

With the video for 'When I Was Young' due to arrive any second/minute/day now - watch this space - and their much anticipated European tour kicking off in a few short weeks, Nada Surf really are spoiling us...

Order your copy from the label, or from those old favourites iTunes or Amazon.



Peter Caws, professor of Philosopy and father to Nada Surf's Matthew, explains on his website the thoughts behind the title "The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy:

"The world scientific theories are about doesn’t know or care how scientists think about it or whether what they think is right. We name things – animals, vegetables, minerals, atoms, molecules, genes - but the things we name don’t know their names; dogs don’t know they are dogs, electrons don’t know they are electrons, the moon doesn’t know it’s the moon.  I’ve found that a quick way of summarizing this serene detachment of the natural world from the human activity of science is to say that “the stars are indifferent to astronomy.”  Nothing could have pleased me more than to have Nada Surf adopt this tagline for their new album."

You can read his illuminating essay on the subject here...