Last week, San Jose’s The English Language debuted a new track; the first off their forthcoming sophomore release, slated for early next year. “See My Baby Cry” is an upbeat pop tunes with hints of the southwest and loads of verve. According to lead vocalist/guitarist, Kyle Langlois, it’s just the beginning of The English Language’s newest evolution:
“Our new album is called "This Is Science / Rock & Roll," which is also the title track - probably our most ambitious recording so far. Compared to our first album, the new tracks are closer our live sound. Same variety, but more raw, energetic and danceable rock & roll.”
This danceable flair comes via a quick, in-your-face, crispness - one that’s apparent on “See My Baby Cry.”
Interestingly enough, TEL will be performing live at AFTA (Artists for the Artist), Oct, 19th at The Black Cat Collective. The evening will include live music from around the bay, like San Jose’s TEL and COLOR, Santa Cruz’s, The Croggs and California punks, Slag. Works from area visual artists and fashion purveyors will also be on display The show will even include an open mic segment, further elucidating the local arts progressive mission of the gathering.
For more details, visit the party page on Facebook.
“Make My Baby Cry” is available for stream and free download via The English Language bandcamp page.