Although neither party has revealed which Hüsker album will be played, it won’t be the first time Mould has rocked out with No Age; he jumped on stage with the band at San Francisco’s Noise Pop festival in March to perform its track “Miner” and the Hüsker Dü classic “New Day Rising.” Mould also, as evidenced by the photo above, gave No Age’s Randy Randall an impromptu primer on how to play “Could You Be the One.”
While No Age + Mould’s Hüsker Dü set is slated for ATP’s final night, the opening night also will see some serious flashbacks, as The Feelies perform 1980’s Crazy Rhythms and Suicide runs through its 1977 self-titled debut, both as part of the Don’t Look Back series.
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS:
- Bob Mould to mount brief U.S. tour in October in support of ‘Life and Times’
- The Feelies to reissue ‘Crazy Rhythms,’ ‘The Good Earth’ with digital bonus tracks
- Coachella Webcast to feature sets by The Cure, Morrissey, Bob Mould