The older you get, the less fucks you give. When you're younger everything counts and you don't realize that problems day by day, in the grand scheme of things, don't fucking matter and the world will keep turning. That's probably why most people start mellowing out in their early 30s and get into Fleetwood Mac and Steely Dan and shit.
Mono is aging in the other direction. Their new LP Rays of Darkness is their second of two LPs this year and is the darker of the two. It's also the first without string arrangements, and the new jam "Recoil, Ignite (Part II)" is quite possibly their heaviest track to date. Listen to Mono's version of aging gracefully with the searing post-rock influenced track below and order yours via their label, Temporary Residence Limited.