State Shirt: Computer
This marks the 2nd State Shirt appearance on the ‘Dose: If you dig this track, make sure to check out “Time To Go” which Charles featured on our Daily Dose feed a couple months back.
State Shirt sculpts fiery, intense indie rock anthems for the wondering, wandering and hopeful.
Venturing wildly into the farthest corners of heavy-hearted American landscapes, State Shirt’s music displays vivid, gripping stories of nostalgia, despair and hope. From Southern California’s droning and faceless San Fernando Valley to the snowy back roads of Western Massachusetts. Steeped in a cycle of inescapable, mind-numbing full-time jobs, State Shirt relies on hand-built loops, neglected instruments and riveting vocals to artfully describe captivity in a familiar never-ending cycle: work, drink, sleep, repeat.
But, through it all, a glimmer of hope shines.
From a modest bedroom sanctuary devoted to writing and recording, sparkles of surreal, melancholic melodies bubble up. Voltage runs through a collection of dusty pedals, guitars and electronics to deliver This Is Old, State Shirt’s deeply textured second album, a set of swirling and burning indie-tronic statements proving that monotonous lives can produce exceptional results. [bio][audio:http://insomniaradio.net/audio/dailydose/irdd-stateshirt-computer.mp3]
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