On June 24, 2010, No Age announced their new album, Everything In Between, along with the tracklisting. On July 28, No Age premiered the first single from the album, Glitter on a BBC 6 Music interview with Steve Lamacq. On August 10, the album's cover was released, and plans to release two Glitter singles were announced, along with their respective covers. The singles were released on August 24. Everything In Between was released on September 28, 2010, to generally favorable reviews.
During June 16–20, 2011, No Age accompanied video artist Doug Aitken and actress ChloŽ Sevigny to Athens and Hydra Island in Greece to perform the multimedia installation piece Black Mirror. Supported by the DESTE Foundation and the Greek Festival the performances took place on an old Greek barge at the Port Of Piraeus in Athens on June 16 and 17 and off the Island of Hydra on June 19. With a final performance on June 20 with the barge driven a mile off the coast of Hydra in the middle of the ocean.
In September 2011 No Age made a zine called "Reality Problems" that was commissioned by the Los Angeles art book and clothing store Ooga Booga for their booth at the New York Art Book Fair. The zine was in an edition of 50.
On November 12, 2011, No Age made a soundtrack and installation piece for Hedi Slimane's California Song at the MOCA Pacific Design Center. They performed their piece with audience participation for the opening of the show and the soundtrack as a continuous loop played for the duration of the show ending on January 22, 2012.
In February 2012 No Age released the "Collage Culture" 12" on Post Present Medium, A soundtrack to readings of excerpts from the book Collage Culture written by Aaron Rose, Mandy Kahn and designed by Brian Roettinger published by JRP-Ringier. The book deals with Contemporary issues in Art and the idea that Collage as an idea and a tool is negatively affecting this generations impact on art. The record is split in two channels, one side has readings from both essays in the book and the other is No Age music written specifically for the release.