Language shares noise rock cut ‘Into and out Of’

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Language have shared Into and out Of, the latest single lifted off of their forthcoming EP, ‘Plymouth’.

The band’s Wes Black (drums) shared, “‘Into and Out Of’ began as an exercise in rhythm and memorization which eventually kind of morphed into a simple — but simultaneously maximal — song. We found ourselves simplifying the arrangement while upping the energy along the way which gave us this sort of standalone instrumental narrative.” 

Take a listen to Into and out Of via Soundcloud below.

When Omar Afzaal (guitar, vox) woke up the morning of his wedding, he already knew it would be the biggest day of his life up until that point. What he didn’t know is that he would meet Charles Sloan (bass, vox) that same day. The two would go on to play music together in 2013, resulting in some demos. It was when Afzaal and Sloan turned to Craigslist to find a drummer, eventually linking up with Wes Black, that the brotherhood of Language was born.

Following two self-released EPs, the band now announces their signing to Brooklyn-based label Good Eye Records and their forthcoming ‘Plymouth’ EP.

Language has been something of a best kept secret in the live music landscape in NYC. Their experimental while unflinching stylings are the product of three individual talents committed to their artistry, enjoying the hell out of playing with each other the whole way.

Their status earned them a support for Shame in late 2017, with Plymouth set to bring them to the attention of the music-enjoying populace at large.

Stay tuned for more from Language and be sure to follow them on their social outlets detailed below. Plymouth is out May 18th and is the sixth release from Good Eye Records.