“Cycle Through” / RSD

We’re super-excited about “Cycle Through,” which is a “Never Not Together” companion collection. 

As well as three new songs that there wasn’t room for on the album, it has an orchestra/choir version of “Looking For You,” the extended short-film version of “Just Wait,” and Spanish, French and acoustic takes on “So Much Love.” 
It will be available on vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day this coming weekend. 
It will be available everywhere physically and digitally later this fall. We’ll make more fuss about it then : ) Meanwhile, enjoy supporting your local record store!
xo Nada Surf

Rescheduled US Dates

We were hoping not to have to do this, but we’re officially rescheduling our April / May North American tour dates to November 2021. We are hopeful that these dates will happen. New shows are listed below. If we weren’t able to include your city on this run please contact the original point of purchase for a refund. Tickets for Philadelphia, Baltimore, Cambridge and Brooklyn go on sale Friday. We apologize for any inconvenience if you had already made travel plans.

Nov 3 World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA
Nov 4 Mr Small’s, Millvale, PA
Nov 5 Iron Horse, Northampton, MA
Nov 6 Cafe Campus, Montreal
Nov 7 Horseshoe Tavern, Toronto
Nov 8 Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI
Nov 9 Pyramid Scheme, Grand Rapids, MI
Nov 11 Old Rock House, St Louis, MO
Nov 13 Cedar Cultural Ctr, Minneapolis, MN
Nov 14 Thalia Hall, Chicago, IL
Nov 15 Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH
Nov 16 Otto Bar, Baltimore, MD
Nov 17 The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA
Nov 18 Higher Ground, Burlington, VT
Nov 19 White Eagle Hall, Jersey City, NJ
Nov 20 Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (early show)

Nada Surf – Live at the Henry Fonda Theatre, 2006


In celebration of the 15th Anniversary of ‘The Weight is a Gift’ we’re excited to share this recently discovered vintage broadcast of a show from ‘The Weight Is A Gift’ tour.

Recorded in February of 2006 at Los Angeles’ Henry Fonda Theater, here’s the original broadcast along with some newly uncovered (and unaired footage!), in all its non-widescreen glory. (Please note, there are some cuts in the footage due to the commercial breaks that it originally aired with).