Comprised of members of Brooklyn-based bands Dinosaur Feathers, The Denzels, Gunfight and Fast Years, the Brooklyn-based super band The Teen Age have quickly developed a reputation for a sound and aesthetic that meshes 70s punk abandon with a melodic, pop sensibility. And as you’ll hear on the band’s latest single, “Low Cunning” it’s sound that should sound familiar to many of you; in fact, it bears an uncanny resemblance to The Clash’s “Lost In The Supermarket” thanks in part to its layers of shimmering guitars and its bitterly ironic lyrics – but with a more muscular feel and a modern production flourish. 

Interestingly, the band has played shows with the likes of Twin Peaks, Diarrhea Planet, Palma Violets, Big Ups and Crocodiles but you can catch them at Shea Stadium on April 7, as they’ll celebrate the official release of the single through Brooklyn-based label, Old Flame Records.