Lincoln Heights is home to Talk Time, a brand new rock quintet that has been making a splash since releasing their debut single two months ago. You can hear those tracks and more when the band performs live at the Moroccan on August 30th, supporting Los Colognes; grab tickets.
Today marks the debut of Talk Time’s next track, “Desperate Weather,” carving their niche around the likes of Future Islands and Young the Giant. As proven by an interview with Culture Collide, the band has tons of hometown pride, and they don’t care who knows it. Everything they do is kept close to home both externally and internally; the new single encourages self-reflection. Both this and their debut, “Year of the Self,” channel the warm poolside vibes of southern California rock, ready to take over LA.
MORE MUSIC FROM TALK TIME
Stream TALK TIME’s debut single “Year of Self,” co-produced by Math Bishop (U2, The Killers, Silversun Pickups).