Latimer House Releases New Indie-Pop Record 'All The Rage'

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Rising from Prague is an eccentric indie-pop band, Latimer House, with their newest release of 'All The Rage'.

The album, released on February 10th, was released on the band's own label, Honk Records.

With similar sounds compared to The Smiths, Phoenix, The Strokes and The Talking Heads - Latimer House is bound to win over new listeners and please their fans with their latest upbeat and poppy album release.

Latimer House uses musical influences from many different genres and eras of music. The band formed back in 2010 when its members decided to get together in a studio room to brainstorm and put together song ideas.

It was in 2012 when the entire band joined forces with Derek Saxenmeyer to record their collection of catchy tunes at Faust Studios in Prague.

Their first single, 'This Is Pop', was actually the last track the band recorded in the studio.

'All The Rage' has a unique and catchy sound. The album has a very synthesized sound that reminds me a lot of the same sound Talking Heads had during their psychedlic pop years back in the 70's and 80's.

For some tracks, there is more of a current day indie-pop and rock sound that can be relatable to those of Phoenix and The Strokes.

All tracks on the album are done well and certainly something I could see myself listening to on the regular.

The band has stated that the release of the album wouldn't be the same if it weren't for the help they had with musical talents of Jim Thompson, Justin Lavash, Tommy Levvechia and Jan Keller.

'All The Rage' has gained praise from all around the globe.

They have been heard on BBC London and the entire album from Latimer House, be sure to visit, and for more information on the indie-pop Prague band, visit