tastes a bit like Radiohead? That is music I just can't stop listening to. Extraordinary thing.
State Shirt's first full-length release, Don't Die, is an 11-song collection written, produced and recorded by State Shirt. He gets a hand from local musician/producer Chad Fischer (Garden State movie score, Jude, Josh Clayton-Felt). The album was recorded entirely in his bedroom studio in the outskirts of Los Angeles. Don't Die was self-financed by State Shirt and is released on his own LFA Records.
Although the name State Shirt may imply the presence of an entire band, it is merely a one-man operation by an enigmatic multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter. Building on a collection of influences such as Radiohead and Beck, State Shirt has been playing, writing and recording music since he was five years old. His music has been praised as being "powerful music that almost makes you forget that we're all going to die someday."