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State Lights ‘Don’t Make Plays On My Heart’ : Hooks that delight while embracing you to the core.

State Lights / Photo: Denis Mortell Photography

Unbelievable vocals and exalting anthems are the calling cards of State Lights. They bring beauty back to indie rock, with hooks that delight while embracing you to the core, ‘Don’t Make Plays On My Heart’ is a seminal attitude in all its glory.

The band co-managed by Steve Strange at X-Ray recently sold out shows at Whelan’s in Dublin and London’s Islington. They have previously received support from Radio X and KROQ Los Angeles as well as being ‘Track of the Week’ on Ireland’s biggest music station 2fm, performing on Ireland’s biggest TV show ‘The Late Late Show’ and appearing on the same stage as Cigarettes after Sex, St Vincent and the Kooks at the Electric Picnic festival.

The band is made up of Shobsy, Joe Regan, Noel Perry and Paul Ridgeway electrifies with their way of offering soaring and exciting vibes for all of us.

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