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Belfast’s finest vocal-averse rock troupe And So I Watch You From Afar stepped into the Music Maker in Dublin city centre a couple of weeks back to record the first “Intervention” in association with our friends at State magazine.

The concept of State Intervention is simple: impromptu gigs are arranged in diffuse spots around the city, from music shops and bars to parks and street corners. The featured act is announced on the morning of the gig via Facebook and Twitter, and the whole gig is professionally shot and plastered up all over the internet for the whole world to squeeze and poke and do all sorts of deranged shit to.

And So I Watch You From Afar – ‘S Is For Salamander / Set Guitars To Kill’





Powerban
04.16.10
Pretty sweet idea, these guys are pretty fun.

Sidenote: That pic looks offputting.

SmurkinGherkin
04.16.10
why dont i live in Dublin goddammit

Willie
04.16.10
That's a cool idea. Some of the people just look confused, though (the old woman in grey). I like these guys.

jimay333
04.16.10
That was awesome.

theacademy
04.17.10
honestly, this might be the best band that sputnik has put in my ears. enjoy their 1.5 albums so much. and its all u, ddesyl.

DFelon204409
04.17.10
Those guys are pretty great. Remind me of LITE but heavier / denser. I also like how they're listening to the new Deftones in the opening shots.

Tyler
04.17.10
Great band, live especially, but the drummer really, really enjoys being shirtless to the point of it being a little unnerving.

Artinuis
04.18.10
They played in a music store and still rocked the house. AWESOME BAND!

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