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Post-Nothing is the debut studio album by Canadian rock duo Japandroids. The album was originally released in Canada on April 28, 2009 by Unfamiliar Records. Pitchfork awarded 'Best New Music' to both the album and lead single "Young Hearts Spark Fire", helping to expose the band to a large audience outside of Canada. Japandroids were subsequently signed to Polyvinyl, who re-released the album worldwide on August 4, 2009.

Album · 2009 · 8 Songs. Hooks and heartache from the noisy Vancouver duo. Anthemic without sounding angsty, Post-Nothing strips pop-punk down to its rudiments: Two dudes, drums and guitar, plenty of yelling. Like a rock garden, it’s all simple until, suddenly, it’s not. Post-Nothing Japandroids.

Post-Nothing is the full-length debut of the Canadian band Japandroids. Prior to that, they released two EP’s called All Lies (2007) and Lullaby Death Jams (2008). The band already recorded the songs in the summer of 2008, intending to self-release it. However, the band mutually decided to call it quits, since both David Prowse (Drums/Vocals) and Brian King (Guitar/Vocals) felt the band wasn’t going anywhere. Then in January 2009, the two signed with Unfamiliar Records, who intended to release the album despite the band’s uncertain future.

Post-Nothing is the debut studio album by Canadian rock duo Japandroids, originally released on April 28, 2009 on Unfamiliar Records, and re-released on August 4, 2009 on Polyvinyl Record C. .The band self-financed the recording of Post-Nothing in the summer of 2008, with the intention of self-releasing it in 2009. However, by the fall of 2008, King and Prowse had become convinced that the band was going nowhere, and mutually decided to call it quits at the end of the year. It was agreed that they would self-release the album early in 2009, but would not promote i.

For their debut, Japandroids hit the ground running on Post-Nothing, a warm flurry of fuzzy guitar, disjointed crashing drums, and childlike vocals yelled in unison by guitarist Brian King and drummer David Prowse. Several seasons before the album was released, "Young Hearts Spark Fire" hit the blogosphere and earned the band enough praise to secure a spot on Polyvinyl. The buzz continued with comparisons to fellow lo-fi/noise rockers No Age and Wavves, two of the hottest forerunners on the hipster art-punk scene.

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Regardless of classification, Japandroids have created something pure, something without pretense and without any concern for how smart or cool they will sound. 88. Vancouver duo Brian King and David Prowse throw themselves into every song as if it's the last one they'll ever play. That go-for-broke attitude carries their third album, which is less about the songs than the sheer joy of playing them.

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