Allah-Las sophomore effort, Worship the Sun, is a collection of 14 pysch/garage tinged surf rock tracks. Basking in this entire record seems like a great way to end the summer dayz and begin getting back into the swing of school shmool. It’s loose and relaxing like a nap in the sand with enough excitement to still allow you to picture yourself hanging ten to a tasty California swell. There’s a lot of awesome guitar plucking and weaving melodies sunburned by hours at the beach. If you’re looking for the quintessential instrumental surf track then #13 (No Werewolf 2:28) is yr wave to catch; it’s based on “Werewolf” by The Frantics w/o the full moon.
The band was formed in 2008 while three of the dudes worked at Amoeba Records in LA. Allah-Las consists of Matthew Correia (drums), Miles Michaud (vocals, guitar), Pedrum Siadatian (lead guitar), and Spencer Dunham (bass).
“It is a teenage symphony to the sun, for all those who know its grace.”