Other States have now touched down in the land of AM radio with their new single ‘Come Back To Me’. The song draws inspiration from some classic waters like early 80s New Wave (Think Depeche Mode), but at the same time has modern hints expressed by their incredible bass driven melodies and particular vocals. They remind us of other odd-in-a-great-way bands, like The Strokes and The Dandy Warhols.
A bleak cry of desperation from the silken voiced Mark S. Aaron, set to a jovial 60’s doo-wop backing; ‘Come Back To Me’ is a tale of misplaced arrogance and eventual, bleary-eyed madness.
Drawing influence from writer-keyboardist Mike Lord’s own childhood experience of parental relationships, categorized by non-communication, secrets and lies, and subsequent breakdown, ‘Come Back To Me’ reflects a story that could happen anywhere.
The band are continuing to create a stir in their home-town of Brighton, with regular headline slots for their cinematic and immersive light-synced live shows.