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Nada Surf is an American alternative rock group. They are also defined as an indie rock/power pop group. The band was formed in 1992, and comprises Matthew Caws on guitars, vocals, Ira Elliot on drums and backup vocals, and Daniel Lorca on bass and backup vocals.
Nada Surf is known for its song Popular that was on their 1996 album High/Low. Just because of this single, the album reached number 31 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart.
The band's fourth album is The Weight Is a Gift. It was launched in Germany on September 5, 2005, by City Slang Records. It was also released on September 12 in Japan and Australia, and on September 13 it was released in the US by Barsuk.
This album was released in the rest of Europe on September 19 by V2/City Slang. The album was produced by Chris Walla of the band Death Cab. This albums main single is Always Love.
Following a years tour after the release of The Weight Is a Gift, the band returned to the studio in March 2007, in Seattle, at the Robert Lang Studios, under the direction of producer John Goodmanson, to record its fifth album.
On October 12, 2007, the band issued a statement announcing their fifth album, Lucky, which was released on February 5, 2008. Nada Surf was formed in the early nineties by Matthew Caws and Daniel Lorca.
Dan was then replaced by Aaron Conte, with whom the band recorded its first 7, The Plan/Telescope (1994/Stickboy), as well as the demo tape Tafkans, the raw version of High/Low. Those raw versions were later released on their second 7, Deeper Well/Pressure Free (1995/Deep Elm Records), on the Karmic EP and on North 6th Street.
Aaron left the band in January 1995 and was replaced by Ira Elliot, former drummer of the Fuzztones (1984-1985), a very active band of the eighties NYC scene, of whom both Matthew and Daniel were fans. Ira's arrival infused a new energy into the band.
Matthew and Daniel's ambitions greatly increased, partly to ensure Ira stayed with the band. Three weeks later, Ric called back with news of his intention to produce the band's album.
At the same time, the band was finalizing a contract with Elektra, through an executive, Terry Tolkin, who was working for its indie branch, No.6 Records, on which Karmic had been released in 1995. Negotiations with Elektra did not pan out, so Ric connected the band with Maverick Records.
High/Low was recorded and mastered in January 1996 within a 19-day period. The recording was paid for by Elektra before the band signed its contract on January 18, 1996.
During the summer of 1996, as Nada Surf toured the USA with Superdrag, their song Popular became an summer anthem, and the band toured overseas. In Europe, The Proximity Effect was released in September 1998, produced by Fred Maher.
Their record label, thinking the album lacked a hit like Popular, had the band record many covers, including Black & White (The dBs) and Why Are You So Mean To Me?
As a consequence, Elektra did not release the album in the US and dropped the band while they were on a promotional tour in Europe. Despite these events, this album was critically acclaimed in France, where the band made a 30-show tour in March 1999.
Popular is Nada Surf's first single, released in June 1996. Each of the verses in Popular presents, in spoken word format, sarcastic advice to teens. Initially offered in a calm, deadpan voice, the lyrics gradually build Kinison-style in teen angst and rage.
The song reached number 11 on the U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and propelled the album to number 63 on the Billboard 200. Popular was also a big hit in France, reaching the Top 10 with a total chart run of 15 consecutive weeks in the French Top 50.
It was also used in France in a TV commercial for the radio station Fun Radio, which was then the most influential radio station among teenagers. A rerecorded version from 2007 appears on the band's MySpace.
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