Live Video: The Love Language

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Jake Uitti

If you happen to break up with someone don’t go on a drinking binge and record emotional songs with the hopes of playing them for your ex. Right? Well, usually. This equation actually worked for Stuart McLamb, however, frontman for the North Carolina-based group The Love Language. McLamb originally wrote and recorded a bunch of demos that sprouted into a full recording project, later to be written up by Spin and a number of other periodicals. The Love Language’s music is mysterious despite its garage-pop energy and McLamb's voice is bare and honest, even when he's screaming his lyrics. See The Love Language's recent performance at Doug Fir during KEXP's broadcast from MusicFest NW:

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