Nada Surf set to release fifth album

The band will hit the road in February

Nada Surf have announced they are gearing up to release their fifth studio album ’Lucky’.

The record will be released on February 18, after being made available for download on February 4.

To coincide with the release, the band have also confirmed they will take to the road, playing two gigs on January 22 in London.


The dates are as follows:

London Scala (February 21)

Manchester Academy (22)

Glasgow Garage (23)

Meanwhile, the first single from the album ‘I Like What You Say’ will be available as a download on the February 4.

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