"An urgent, pulsing alt-pop cry, Like Language’s “Like a Drug” is a dark anthem swelling with heartache and vulnerability." -Atwood Magazine
"The result is a dark pop track with a burst of full orchestral instrumentation. The sound is almost theatrical, building with each verse before tapering into the choruses." - Listen, Live, and Local
“What you can’t see doesn’t make it go away” is just one powerful line, describing how much of society turns a blind eye to the current events shaping the world, thinking they’ll go away if they don’t pay attention." - Modern Vinyl
Like Language is a Chicago based indie-pop songwriting duo, consisting of Matt Murray and Kristen Murray. Both from the same hometown, Matt and Kristen grew up together and began writing 4 years ago. Since forming Like Language, they have been chosen as next2rock finalists and supported other bands such as The Plain White T's, Savoir Adore and The Matches. They released their debut EP 'Keep You Here' a few years ago and are currently in the studio with producer Marc McClusky (Weezer/Sia) working on a new album to be released soon.