Meet The Teen Age: Brooklyn's doo wop-garage quintet.
What's that they always say about Brooklyn twentysomethings? (Yep -- here's the "hot button" and there's our finger pressing it.) If you ask The New York Times (on second thought, please don't ask them), they'll probably describe your 20s as a "second adolescence" or an "emerging adulthood." Basically, those gosh-darned millennials are holding too tightly to adolescent activities, like Instagramming themselves to death and dating without cementing the faintest hope of a relationship. And for goodness sake, please don't even mention the phrase "full-time job." (Er, and you'll excuse me if I don't even mention The Times' last visit to Brooklyn.)
But speaking of Brooklyn and all of its artsy twentysomethings, if anyone's going to embrace the adolescence-into-postadolescence double decade, we're happy it's NYC's melodic indie/garage act The Teen Age.
Listen to The Teen Age after the jump.