The bouncy strum of "Waiting for Something" is the album's calling card. "It's this feeling of practicing for real life, a rehearsal or something. Even at my age, even at 44, I still have some deep, 'When I grow up. . . . ' And here I am — already grown up, and there is no rehearsal. It's all happening now." ^

NADA SURF + AN HORSE | Paradise Rock Club, 967 Comm Ave, Boston | April 6 @ 8 pm | 18+ | $22.50 | 617.562.8800 or thedise.com

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