Stuart McLamb, who recorded The Love Language’s last album “in a storage unit alone with a couple 40s of King Cobra”, has expanded his act quite a bit in the last seven months. The Love Language now boasts over half a dozen members and opened Saturday at Cat’s Cradle for Megafaun and The Rosebuds. As announced on Triangle Music and the band’s MySpace page yesterday, McLamb currently has 100 copies of the new full-length album “sitting in his garage.” To get your hands on one of them before the official release date of March 17th, send a check for $12 to McLamb’s personal address (below).
If they’re going to South by Southwest, they must be good.
the love langauge LP is finally finished and i have roughly 100 sitting in my garage waiting to be unwrapped and loved, scratched, and lost! the official released date (when it will be available in stores) will be around march 17 but until then i will be doing mail orders from home. LPs include artwork and design by jessica straw jstrawdesigns.com and lyrics plus the tracks were mastered at freq mastering by ryan foster. CD’s are $12….
mail checks to:
103 Ayr Court
Cary, NC 27511
we also have t-shirts ($10)