State to State team up with WorldArts for exclusive performance‏

Atmospheric LA rock band State to State have just announced they will be teaming up with artist platform WorldArts for a special performance at the WorldArts studio in Los Angeles on March 7th at 6PM PST. The performance will be an intimate showcase for the band who have just released the acclaimed EP Motives, and will be broadcast live via the WorldArts Periscope account. The band are currently running a contest to allow select fans to attend the special performance. For more info on the performance and the contest visit the State to State Facebook page. For more information on WorldArts visit their official site.

State to State are hot off the heels from the release of their new EP Motives. New Noise Magazine called the record a “shining light,” and a “no bars held half hour experience.” Fans can stream the record on all the usual streaming platform destinations and purchase it on iTunes here.

To celebrate the release of Motives the band played to a sold-out crowd at The Lost Room in Echo Park, California on February 5th. The band will also be hitting the road for a string of West Coast dates. The dates are as follows with more TBA:

3/30 Spokane, WA The Viking

3/31 Portland, OR Brekkens

4/1 Davis, CA Wunderbar

4/2 San Francisco, CA PianoFight

To stay current on all things State to State, be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and their official site.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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