Melodic guitar tunes

PUBLISHED: 17:00 27 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:38 25 May 2010

A GROUP of youthful, passionate song writers are hell bent on providing a sound drenched in anthemic melody to unite the masses at a Bath venue next month.

A GROUP of youthful, passionate song writers are hell bent on providing a sound drenched in anthemic melody to unite the masses at a Bath venue next month

States of Emotion will be performing a whole host of tunes at Moles in George Street, a popular live music venue which opened in 1978.

With a compelling unity that has come from playing music together since the age of 14, these groove laden southern upstarts will be able to send shudders from the spit and sawdust venues of a city near you to the rapture of the most illustrious festivals.

Having already played some huge gigs, including Glastonbury 2009, The Great Escape Festival and Offset Festival, States of Emotion are stopping in Bath as part of its headline tour from Brighton to Newcastle.

Set against an eerily optimistic backdrop, the Essex quartet thrive on a combination of melodic guitars, pounding skins and pulse raising vocals to produce an awesome sound.

Creating a sound this unique, at a time when the British music scene is at its diverse best, can only represent a band with an unpredictable but explosive future.

The Essex quartet started its own label Perfectly Blue Records and entered the studio with producer Greg Haver of Manic Street Preachers, in November 2009 to record its full length debut album Black and White To Gold.

Catch this up and coming band on February 18.


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