LOVE? SAID THE COMMANDER
NEW STUFF & THINGS
BIG NEWS! Our second EP, "A Place For Our Heads," will be released on Friday, July 31. Before then, we will release two singles - "Misery" is now available on all streaming services (check out this excellent write up from WXPN: https://thekey.xpn.org/2020/05/29/love-said-the-commander-misery/) and "No Luck" will premiere on Friday, July 17. We worked extremely hard on this EP and we cannot wait for you all to hear it!
In other news, we were included in WXPN's Philly 100 for 2019! Check out the full article here:
Our first EP, "A Million Miles Away," is available on all streaming services and Bandcamp!
Check out these great write ups from WXPN's The Key and The Deli Magazine:
Love? said the Commander is a duo from the Philadelphia area made up of Kate Hall, a sad gal who sings and plays guitar, violin, and percussion, and Chris Bishop, a less sad guy who plays guitar and bass. Both have been playing music in different projects for many years, but the pair met in the winter of 2018 via a Craigslist ad. It was Kate's desperate, last ditch effort at finding a musical partner and Chris's first all too easy attempt at meeting that perfect singer - a fact that has created a grudge Kate will hold on to for many years to come. The two have experienced some big moments in their short time as a duo. They were selected from among 400 bands to open for The Felice Brothers at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York City in December of 2018, and they recently won the Philly Rising End of Year Showcase at World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA. They released their first EP, A Million Miles Away, in August of 2019 and will be releasing their second EP, "A Place For Our Heads," on July 31, 2020. Combining powerful lyrics and vocals with dynamic guitar work, the two hope to deliver a sound unlike anything listeners have heard before.