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Nada Surf's ninth studio album 'Never Not Together' is coming next February

Have a listen to lead single 'Something I Should Do'.
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Published: 4:14 pm, November 19, 2019
Nada Surf's ninth studio album 'Never Not Together' is coming next February

Nada Surf's ninth studio album is coming next spring.

'Never Not Together' is set for release on 7th February via City Slang, preceded by lead single 'Something I Should Do' - check out the video below.

“Empathy is good, lack of empathy is bad, holy math says we're never not together,” Matthew Caws says of the song. “We're all together, and that's just the way it is, and the way it always will be. That's the sacred truth of it."

They're also hitting the road for a short UK and Ireland tour, catch them live:

FEBRUARY
25 Cambridge - Junction

MARCH
12 London - Electric Ballroom
13 Manchester - Academy 3
14 Dublin - Button Factory
15 Glasgow – St Lukes

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