Nada Surf's new album, The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy, comes out Jan. 24. José del Río Mons/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Clear Eye Clouded Mind
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In "When I Was Young," Nada Surf makes a case for embracing our lives as we've decided to live them.

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'When I Was Young' by Nada Surf
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Nada Surf In Studio On World Cafe 5/13/10
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Nada Surf, Recorded Live In Concert
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See These Bones
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