State to State stopped by the WorldArts Stage for an exclusive Periscope set!
Since releasing their first LP, No Bounds, in 2014, State to State have established themselves as flag bearers of atmospheric rock, while looking to create a new path for themselves in a landscape forged by bands like Muse, Radiohead and Interpol. On limited tours of the west coast, they brought a stadium-sized sound into smaller venues and left audiences from San Diego to Seattle converts to the cause. In addition to recent residencies at The Hotel Cafe and The Viper Room, and outdoor events like Eat See Hear & Showtime’s Street Food Cinema, they are busy enlisting new recruits at venues throughout the southwest and beyond. The dynamic landscape of ambient guitar textures, anthemic riffs, and haunting melodies from vocalist/guitarist Shea Stratton, and guitarist, Andrew Orvis, is well navigated by the authoritative rhythm section of drummer, Feudor Lokshin, and bassist, Patrick Morgan. “My Little Phony” is the first single off of their new EP, Motives, which was released on Feb. 5th, 2016. Motives was produced and recorded by Grammy-nominated Producer/Engineer, Ian MacGregor (Katy Perry, Twenty One Pilots, All-American Rejects) at Greg Wells’ Rocket Carousel Studio in Culver City, CA. They played to a sold-out crowd at The Lost Room in Echo Park to celebrate the EP release. With tour dates in the works throughout 2016, they now have their eyes set on the rest of the country.
Watch them perform original songs “My Little Phony”, “Pins and Needles”, and “Let Go” live on the WorldArts Stage below!
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