Allah-Las are set to release the new track, “Hereafter,” and an alternate take of the single “Autumn Dawn” on February 17. The alternate version of “Autumn Dawn” is a demo recording from the band’s frequent collaborator Kyle Mullarky’s home studio in Topanga Canyon. The instrumental, Mellotron heavy B-side “Hereafter” was recorded during Calico Review sessions and has never been released. Listen HERE. Limited edition wooden 45rpm adaptors bearing the band’s logo are available with purchase of the 7” while supplies last—includes digital download code. See here for more information HERE.

Following their international fall tour, the band embarks on a 20+ city North American Tour this spring in support of their latest, critically acclaimed album, Calico Review (out now on Mexican Summer). In addition to Coachella, the band will be playing in New York, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta and more with support from The Babe Rainbow. See below for a full tour itinerary.

Calico Review was recorded in Los Angeles’ historic Valentine Recording Studio. For the album, Allah-Las experiment with new instrumentation adding violin, harpsichord and Mellotron to their sound. The twelve tracks on Calico Review demonstrate how the group has pivoted from focusing on specific influences to crafting songs that reflect their own feelings of freedom, grit and melancholy. The result showcases their evolution as songwriters and arrangers.

Allah-Las is composed of Pedrum Siadatian (vocals/lead guitar), Miles Michaud (vocals/rhythm guitar), Matthew Correia (vocals/drum), and Spencer Dunham (vocals/bass). The band was formed in 2008 while three of the members were working at the legendary Amoeba Music record store. “We were all music fans before we were musicians,” says Correia. “We’ve spent a lot of time listening to music, and understanding what works for us and what doesn’t.” Their 2011 self-titled debut was nominated for independent album of the year by the A2IM Libbys.


* with The Babe Rainbow

March 11—Marfa, TX—Marfa Myths

March 13—Kansas City, OK—Record Bar*
March 14—Minneapolis, MN—Triple Rock Social Club*

March 15—Milwaukee, WI—Turner Hall Ballroom*

March 16—Chicago, IL—Thalia Hall*

March 17—Cleveland, OH—Beachland Ballroom*

March 18—Detroit, MI—El Club*

March 20—Toronto, ON—The Mod Club*

March 21—Montreal, QC—Rialto Theater*

March 22—Philadelphia, PA—Union Transfer*

March 24—New York—Webster Hall*

March 25—Boston, MA—Brighton Music Hall*

March 27—Washington, DC—9:30 Club*

March 29—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre*

March 30—Asheville, NC—The Grey Eagle*

March 31—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West*

April 1—New Orleans, LA—One Eyed Jacks*

April 3—Houston, TX—Walter’s*

April 4—Austin, TX—The Mohawk*

April 7—Denver, CO—Gothic Theatre*

April 8—Salt Lake City, UT—Metro Music Hall*
April 16 —Indio, CA—Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
April 23—Indio, CA—Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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