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Lovelorn, life-worn pop maestro Stuart McLamb continues his musical archeology, sifting vintage sounds from Brian Wilson to Phil Spector through a filter of contemporary artists like Rufus Wainwright and Atlas Sound. On his second effort as The Love Language, McLamb has found his groove and some sunlight. He brightens up the sound yet tempers the tunes with enough indie rock quirkiness to keep any “homage” tendencies from getting overly ripe. The grandiose, Spector-ish boom of “Pedals” is a heady delight. The deliriously peppy “Heart to Tell” has enough effervescent handclaps, percussion, and guitars to make a dysfunctional relationship sound like perfection, while the swaying, swaggering “Brittany’s Back” beautifully juxtaposes a few lines of fingerpicked acoustic guitar against a huge wall of pop sound. Echoing kickdrums, guitars (acoustic, electric and steel), sparkling webs of tambourines and synths, glockenspiels, and strings all make appearances. But the standout instrument may be McLamb’s voice, as warm and easy as maple syrup on Sunday.

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This album has one of my favourite songs of all time on it (Brittany's Back) and the rest are amazing too. What's not to love??


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

North Carolina-based lo-fi indie rock outfit Love Language were formed in Raleigh by singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Stuart McLamb after a series of false starts, hard times, and general malcontent that found the newly reformed artist ready to embrace a healthier, less destructive lifestyle. Recorded, written, and produced in a storage space by McLamb alone on an old four-track, Love Language's heady blend of Guided by Voices-infused indie pop and nightmarish, Phil Spector-meets-Animal Collective-style...
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