New York City-based Indie Pop outfit The Nats (formerly The Naturals), comprised of Jason Szutek (guitar/lead vocals), Matt Santoro (bass) and Mark Cusa (drums), are back and better than ever. Sharing with the world today their new single “The Kids Don’t Understand” from their new EP Something New By The Nats, the band entices from start to finish within every listen. Szutek states of of the track: “”The Kids Don’t Understand” is an homage to many things classic, from a fading NYC to shifting music trends to all things nostalgia. Sonically, the song is a modern throwback to a power-pop anthem.” Having originated on the Carolina college music scene in 2004 and relocated to NYC well over a decade ago, The Nats have made their stamp on the NYC/NJ club circuit with rambunctious, retro, garage rock and power pop hooks, playing great venues such as Pianos, The Bowery Electric, Arlene’s Grocery, Knitting Factory, The Living Room, The Bitter End, Asbury Lanes. Celebrating the 10-year anniversary release of The Nats EP (2009), Szkutek (of American Darlings), Cusa and Santoro (of Giftshop and MightyHigh fame) are independently releasing their aptly titled second EP, Something New By The Nats, this month. If you love bands like The Jam, The Undertones, Buzzcocks, Ty Segall, and more, you’ll be head over heels from The Naturals. You can follow the band and stay up-to-date on all upcoming music, asrtist and tour news via the following links. There band will be preforming their EP release show tonight at Berlin (Under A) in NYC! Check out the event page HERE.