A midnight tale from Brighton psych-pop explorers Other States. Somebody to help me is a plea of desper-ation, a road trip song on a journey to nowhere, all sung out by a frenzied driver running out of options fast.
Played out to a driving Motown beat, and haunted by ghostly call and response backing vocals, the band are in full creep out mode, with singer Mark S Aaron skipping along the edge of his imagined life, looking confident as ever to throw it all away.
The time and place is firmly stated as before- the music draws influence from the Spaghetti western soundtracks of Ennio Morricone and the Cowboy Pysch influences of Lee Hazlewood and NancySinatra, set to a crunched up Tame Impala-esque rhythm section and Motown infused beat.
The band are continuing to create a stir in their home-town of Brighton, with regular headline slots for their cinematic and immersive live shows.