This week, San Jose’s The English Language peeped us another track off their upcoming full-length, “This is Science / Rock & Roll.” “Gold of Mine” is admittedly of lighter fare, with a dreamier, love song appeal. Listeners can hear echoes of surf-rock ballads, ala The Boys, Jan and Dean along with the obvious Kinks-esque charm that TEL taps.
The track shows a different energy from the acts previous single, "See My Baby Cry." The slower single shows the type of range we can expect off the new album. But philosophically, TEL is aiming for the big picture. Bassist, Tristan Perotti, had this to offer on the subject:
“We want our listeners to stay engaged with our albums from front to back. That's what listening to albums, compared with singles and EPs, is all about. Overall, our new release will be heavier and more driving than the last, but we have a few slower and more laid back tunes to give variety. Gold Of Mine is one of these.”