Happy 4th of July!


Have a fantastic 4th of July, everyone! I’ll be in NYC, listening to (if not seeing) the fantastic Feelies. I’m posting a song off of their classic debut Crazy Rhythms called “The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness,” the title of which aptly sums up the band’s jittery, hyperkinetic charm. I first stumbled across them on celluloid, performing Bowie’s “Fame” at a high school reunion from Hell in Jonathan Demme’s “Something Wild.” I never thought I’d see them (reunited, no less!) on the front page of theNYTimes’ Arts section, but I’m incredibly pleased that they’re there. I hear they’re working on new music too, which is even more exciting.

No Wave addendum: the gallery show at Kerry Schuss has been extended through July! Go see it if you can!

For more information on the Feelies reformation.

MP3The Feelies, “The Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness” (from Crazy Rhythms)


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  1. B

    Thanks, Andrea. I just found your site. For someone who never picked up “Crazy Rhythms” when it was in the bargain bin–one of the worst decisions I’ve made–this is quite a treat.

    • You’re most welcome! As far as I know, they’re working on new material at the moment, as well as a slew of reissues.

      Also, did you know that they’ll be performing Crazy Rhythms in its entirety at the next All Tomorrow’s Parties in NY in September?

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