| "The English Language started out like most bands, playing covers of the rock masters that have come before, spending years perfoming under different names, at parties, clubs and bars, building their knowledge base and perfecting the sounds from rock's salad days through their repetoire. Bands like The Beatles, The Kinks, The Who, Pink Floyd, Donovan, early Rolling Stones and The Doors paved the way for what was to become TEL's own original material. The band's personnel matches, with the trio of Kyle Langlois, Mark Danley and Tristan Perotti providing all the jangle-pop guitars, harmonized vocals and fuzzy haze associated with the neo-psycedelia genre. You can hear the rock 'n' roll ghosts clanging away beneath TEL's pop-rock essence."
| examiner.com - Words by Christopher Millard | Photo by Audre Van Broers