Allah-Las drop new video for “Could Be You”

Allah-Las drop new video for “Could Be You”, the track comes off 'Calico Review'

“Could Be You,” is the new video from Allah-Las’ Calico Review, off their forthcoming release Calico Review. Of the new track the band notes, “the purpose of ‘Could Be You’ is to look at the concept of letting go and not resisting change just because it compels you to change yourself, which many people find difficult.” Calico Review comes out September 9 via Mexican Summer.

The album was recorded in Los Angeles’ historic Valentine Recording Studio, which had lain dormant since 1979. For Calico Review, Allah-Las experiment with new instrumentation adding viola, harpsichord, Mellotron and theremin to their sound. The twelve tracks on Calico Review demonstrate how the group has pivoted from focusing on specific influences to crafting songs that reflect their own feelings of freedom, grit and melancholy. The result showcases their evolution as songwriters and arrangers.

Allah-Las is composed of Pedrum Siadatian (vocals/lead guitar), Miles Michaud (vocals/rhythm guitar), Matthew Correia (vocals/drum), and Spencer Dunham (vocals/bass). The band was formed in 2008 while three of the members were working at the legendary Amoeba Music record store. “We were all music fans before we were musicians,” says Correia. “We’ve spent a lot of time listening to music, and understanding what works for us and what doesn’t.”

The band has toured extensively with sold out tours and high profile festival dates throughout North, Central, and South America, Europe, South Africa, Russia, Mexico and Israel. For the upcoming North American dates will have the group TOPS supporting in September and October. See below for full tour dates.
current dates.

1. Strange Heat
2. Satisfied
3. Could Be You
4. High & Dry
5. Mausoleum
6. Roadside Memorial
7. Autumn Dawn
8. Famous Phone Figure
9. 200 South La Brea
10. Warmed Kippers
11. Terra Ignota
12. Place In The Sun


July 29—Underground Music Showcase—Denver, CO
August 21—Full Moon Festival—New York, NY
September 5—Beauty Bar—Las Vegas, NV
September 6—Urban Lounge—Salt Lake City, UT
September 9—Off Broadway—St. Louis, MO
September 10—Hi-Tone Café—Memphis, TN
September 11—Exit/In—Nashville, TN
September 12—The Basement—Columbus, OH
September 15—Rock & Roll Hotel—Washington, DC
September 18—Brighton Music Hall—Boston, MA
September 19—Johnny Brenda’s—Philadelphia, PA
September 21—La Tulipe—Montreal, QC
September 22—Lee’s Palace—Toronto, ON
September 23—Double Door—Chicago, IL
September 24—Turf Club—St. Paul, MN
September 28—Neumos—Seattle, WA
September 29—Wonder Ballroom—Portland, OR
October 7—Pappy & Harriet’s—Pioneertown, CA
October 8—The Regent Theater—Los Angeles, CA
October 17—CCA—Glasgow, UK
October 18—The Ritz—Manchester, UK
October 21—Patterns—Brighton, UK
October 22—Simple Things Festival, Colston Hall—Bristol, UK
October 24—Cabaret Sauvage—Paris, FR
October 26—AB Ballroom—Brussels, BE
October 28—London Calling @ Paradiso—Amsterdam, NL
October 29—Mirrors Festival, St John—London, UK
October 31—Uebel & Gefahrlich—Hamburg, DE
November 2—Postbahnhof—Berlin, DE
November 4—Technikum—Munich, DE
November 5—L’Amalgame—Yverdon-Les-Bains, CH
November 7—Mascotte—Zurich, CH
November 10—Principal Club—Thessaloniki. GR
November 11—LabArt—Volos, GR
November 12—Passport Club—Athens. GR
November 14—Apolo—Barcelona, SP
November 15—Intxaurrondo K.E—Donostia, SP
November 16—Teatro Barcelo—Madrid, SP