NEW LANGUAGE (Album Release Party), And We Are Them, Sand

The Satellite Presents

NEW LANGUAGE (Album Release Party), And We Are Them, Sand

Wed, March 29, 2017

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm (event ends at 2:00 am)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 21 and over

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NEW LANGUAGE is a new project out of Los Angeles created by Tyler Demorest and Matt Cohen.

The two joined forces with Tony Hajjar of At The Drive-In to produce and play drums on their new project. Intentions of creating an EP, quickly turned into a collection of over 10 songs and the band was born.

"Wake Up" is the first song written and released by NEW LANGUAGE, debuting on Triple J radio by Richard Kingsmill.

It's "a call to action… a plea to snap out of the current haze of cultural monotony we've all come to expect and many have come to embrace."

NEW LANGUAGE made their debut performance to a sold out crowd as direct support to Gone Is Gone (Queens of the Stone Age, Mastodon, At The Drive-In) last April in Los Angeles, CA.

More music to be released over the summer.

Listen & watch "Wake Up" at
And We Are Them
"As so-called post-hardcore music flits in and out of fashion, it's the bands whose hearts are truly in it that stay the course. Thoughtful local foursome And We Are Them are knees-raw devotees, embellishing Quicksand's strangulated guitars and massive dynamic shifts with Thrice's sense of epic optimism and the more ragged, eccentric edges of Glassjaw and (of course) At the Drive-In. Last year's EP The Swindle is intelligent, earnest stuff, and even when Chris Matalone's lyrics are hard to make out among twinkling, tangled guitars and loitering bass, there's an aura of something terribly important, possibly life-changing, at hand. Yet however rollicking its rhythms, surges, swells and troughs, And We Are Them never abandon imagination-capturing concepts and solid, singable hooks." — Paul Rogers, LA Weekly
Drummer/singer Dylan Ryan formed Sand in 2012 after writing a batch of songs between tours with Cursive and Rainbow Arabia. He recruited bassist Devin Hoff (Julia Holter, Cibo Matto) and guitarist Tim Young (Reggie Watts' Late Late Show band) to fill out the group. What began as a dynamic fusion unit has become a heavy psychedelic power trio lined with nods to proto-metal. They have have two releases on the east coast, progressive music label Cuneiform Records. They are on tour throughout November promoting their newest release "Other Memory"
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027