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Hailing from North Carolina, The Love Language began after frontman Stuart McLamb's first band, The Capulets, broke up. Following a breakup with his girlfriend, McLamb went on a serious drinking binge and then retreated to his parents' house, where he began recording a series of emotional demos. These songs were originally intended to be heard only by McLamb's ex-girlfriend and a handful of friends, but the demos expanded into a full recording project.

Diehard romantics with a sarcastic streak, The… read more

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  • @biles1234 lol…"ahead of its time". I listened to this 4 decades ago & I'm only 25 years old.
  • I'm incredibly grateful for Merge's random bundle for bringing them into my life
  • I fully support this notion.
  • I know it won't necessarily have every gig they've done on here but going through by their events only it seems like they've played like once everoutside the US. real shame as I'd would be so happy to see thesem play. come on dudes come play some festivals in the uk shit will be fun.
  • Review: [url=http://beardfood.com/review/the-love-language-ruby-red/]The Love Language – Ruby Red[/url] [7.5/10]
  • this band sounds like the smiths because it's boring and arcade fire because there are too many strings and loud things in the mix
  • Can't believe the mixed reviews. Maybe it's Ruby Red's depth, but a lot of writers apparently can't see one of the year's best staring them right in the face. I'm also convinced this record is ahead of its time.
  • Picked up the new album at Schoolkids today; SO good!
  • such an amazing band! <3

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