As promised, Bob Mould and L.A. noise-punk duo No Age helped close out All Tomorrow’s Parties New York last Sunday night with a set heavy on Hüsker Dü classics, including “Something I Learned Today,” “Makes No Sense At All,” “I Apologize,” “Could You Be the One?” and “New Day Rising” (in addition to some No Age tunes and a cover of The Heartbreakers’ “Chinese Rocks” with Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox). The video shown above is the trio tearing through “In a Free Land,” the Hüskers’ second single, which was released in 1982 and supposedly hasn’t been played live by Mould since 1987.
See more video of Bob Mould + No Age after the jump…
PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS:
- Hüsker Dü’s Grant Hart issuing ‘Hot Wax’ — first album in a decade — in October
- No Age drafts Bob Mould to cover Hüsker Dü album at All Tomorrow’s Parties
- Bob Mould to mount brief U.S. tour in October in support of ‘Life and Times’
- Coachella Webcast to feature sets by The Cure, Morrissey, Bob Mould