After putting together a bunch of songs based on “the challenges and camaraderie of the road,” Sean Scolnick, better known by his stage name Langhorne Slim, and his band the Law cooped up in a studio in Catskill where they recorded 26 songs in a span of just four days. The result, the group’s latest album, The Way We Move, was met with much praise by the press. Rolling Stone deemed it “damn near perfect,” a statement talk show host Conan O’Brien said he agreed with on his show.
The title track off the group’s most recent album gained public attention when it was featured in a Microsoft commercial as well as in the trailer for the movie Admission.
Langhorne Slim & the Law come to the Upstate Concert Hall (1208 Route 146, Clifton Park) with special guests Bombadil and Wild Adriatic tonight (Thursday, Oct. 31) at 8 PM. Tickets are $12. Call 371-0012 for more info.