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Watch Nada Surf - “Waiting for Something” (video)

 
By: Spacelab Research Staff
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June 12, 2012
 

Nada Surf have a new video for the song Waiting for Something, off their new album The Stars Are Indifferent To Astronomy. The band is currently hitting up shows on a Nada Surf tour in the U.S. this Summer and Europe in the Fall."The video, directed by Violetta D'Agata, is described as a personal journey through interlocking time in the lives of several interconnected characters, all of whom share the mystique and beauty of their Spanish island - Ibiza," reads the announcement for the video.

This is what the band added about the different locations around Ibiza:

Na Xamena:
The Na Xemena Heliport was constructed in 1981 to bring royal, famous and anonymous clients who would then be shuttled to the 5-star Hotel Hacienda through the woods, without having to go through the airport. It has since fallen into disrepair.

Cap Es Falco:
You'll find Cap D'es Falco tucked away at the end of a long and bumpy dirt track in the protected national park of Ses Salines. Being hard-to-find makes the journey to the home of eternal sunsets and breathtaking atmosphere even more worthwhile.

Roundabout E-10:
The roundabout is representative of the eternal cycle of life - with Nada Surf stranded in the middle.

Centenary OAK:
The Centenary Oak is a force of nature rising and spreading from the fertile ground of Ibiza - hidden in the north of the island where only a select few know of its whereabouts. It invites children and the imaginatively adventurous to climb its branches and share in its mystery.

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