Montreal alt-rockers Love Language have shared their debut EP, Trying to Reach You.
After starting as a band just a few months ago, the band has already released their first four-track collection into the world. The dreamy, contemplative collection sees the band reflecting on the world around them.
“Our EP is a combination of all of our influences in one album,” Love Language explain. “After just 2 months of rehearsal and building chemistry, we felt guided to immediately channel all of our creativity onto a 4-song EP in a studio that already felt like a home to us called, Studio St. Zo. The nature and meaning of our music lies deeply in our view of the outer world and our experiences living in an urban setting; and how it can deeply affect us.”
Stream Trying To Reach You” below.
Trying to Reach You opens with the dreamy, lo-fi anthem, “Design.” With wispy guitars and catchy percussion, you’ll find yourself bopping along to this tune. The second track, “Power,” is a grittier tune, but it’s still pretty uptempo. “Witching Hour,” on the other hand, is a slower track that still boasts some perfectly grimy guitars and silky vocals. The collection is rounded out with “Lucked Out,” a perfectly hazy EP closer.
Since the band is new to writing about themselves, they also provided a quote from a friend. Read that below:
“Lo-fi nerds, rejoice. Love Language is here, accompanied by trebly guitars and sugared by classic rock undertones. Crooning vocals lull listeners through sentimental lyrics, making for perfectly pop melodies. Their latest EP Trying to Reach You and its melodic riggs and wispy vocals will have you fluent in Love Language in no time.”
Lead photo courtesy of the artist.