No Age is an indie rock band from the American city of Los Angeles formed in 2005 by guitarist Randy Randall and drummer Dean Allen Spunt. Both are former members of a hardcore band called Wives. The group's name was taken from a compilation released in 1987 by SST Records, which drummer Spunt discovered while working at a Los Angeles record store.
In 2007, the duo released a compilation entitled Weirdo Rippers through the English label Fat Cat Records, bringing together the songs of their first singles and EPS.
On Sub Pop, No Age released their first album in 2008, Nouns. Two years later Everything In Between came out, the second album.
The band returned with a new album, An Object, in 2013. No Age released their fourth album, Snares Like a Haircut, in 2018. Two years later, Goons Be Gone was released. The group returned in 2022 with People Helping People.