Bob Mould's Silver Age record of last year was considered by many indie rock fans to be one of the year's strongest releases, proving that the now 52 year old indie legend is not losing his touch as a songwriter. He's also not losing his sense of humour, as he showed in the just released clip for Star Machine from the aformentioned record.
The clip sees Mould and his band participating in a "bring your kids to work" day, reminiscing with bassist Jason Narducy about the good old days cuising gay bars all over Europe before drummer Jon Wurster comes by, shaken by news that his wife wants a divorce.
Okay, so maybe we're not making it sound very funny, but check it out here and you'll see what we're talking about.
Mould will be in Australia in March and if you want to see him you will need to hurry up and get tickets are the shows are seriously starting to sell out.
Dates are as follows:
Friday 8 March - The Zoo, Brisbane
Saturday 9 March - The Factory Theatre, Sydney
Tuesday 12 March - Fowlers Live, Adelaide
Wednesday 13 March - The Corner Hotel, Melbourne
Saturday 16 March - The Rosemount, Perth