Smart Bets: The Love Language

It's been just about a year since we last checked in with Raleigh-based The Love Language. At the time, the band — fronted by Stu McLamb — was working on a followup to 2010's breezy, laid-back Libraries. McLamb had entered the studio with 40 demos and spent the month of February (2012) recording. And then the band scrapped the project. The good news: The Love Language is reportedly again working on a new album, and will be playing some material from that forthcoming project at The Grey Eagle on Thursday, April 18. Gross Ghost and Jenny Besetzt open. 9 p.m., $10. http://thegreyeagle.com. Photo by Jason Arthurs

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