When:Friday May 28, 2010
Where:Bowery Poetry Club
New York, NY 10012-2802
Cost:Free w. Tix
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About Talking To Walls
While the title may suggest otherwise, the sound shaped on Talking to Walls’ latest album We Were Not So Tall does anything but fall short. In the wake of praise that followed their debut Naked, Talking To Walls is celebrating the release of their second full-length LP, now available physically and on iTunes. When faced with the daunting task of recording a sophomore record, the New Haven quartet looked to producer Greg Giorgio (Interpol, The National, Mates of State and Tokyo Police Club) to stake out some new territory. The result? 12 rock and roll stories, filled to the brim with guitar soundscapes, tight harmonies, and atmospheric headphone treats.
From regional festival appearances like Connecticut’s Film Festival and New York’s MEANY to providing local tour support for artists like Soul Asylum and Zox, Talking to Walls has a strong history of relentless live performances. With help from their music and energy, the group eventually gained the unsolicited attention of MTV producers, resulting in placements in various network shows. Along with their collaboration with Giorgio, the group also worked with members of various bands including Zox, The Alternative Routes, and Stephen Kellogg & The Sixers, with the result being the 2010 release We Were Not So Tall. With styles ranging from the Smashing Pumpkins-meets-Buffalo Tom of “Walkaway” to the prog-inflected slam of “Came to You”, the album has already gained much recognition, such as the title track being featured on the national NBC ad for the Michael Phelps Foundation/Boys and Girls Club of America.