Byron Bay band PLTS are Kit Bray, Byron Carney, Harry Deacon and Eli Ayo.
Byron Bay band PLTS are Kit Bray, Byron Carney, Harry Deacon and Eli Ayo. Contributed

Local alt-rock outfit PLTS ready to fly high

PLAYING on Triple J over the last weeks and joining an expanding list of local artists with songs currently rotating on radio, Byron Bay troupe PLTS is starting to fly high.

PLTS are an Alternative-Rock band that formed in 2012 in Byron Bay.

Following the release of their single On & On, PLTS have unveiled a run of Summer dates across NSW and Queensland.

The group was born from a simple vision, to craft and release passionate, feel-good music.

Setting a strong benchmark, their first single, Coast to Coast, secured a notable synch opportunity with the Word Surf League.

In 2013, the band partnered with Nick Didia (Powderfinger, Pearl Jam, Karnivool) to record their debut EP at Studios 301.

The result was four tracks that expanded on their indie foundations and exhibited a dynamic approach to songwriting.

Taking a DIY angle, PLTS self-released the material before hitting the road across multiple Australian tours and sharing stages with the likes of Hockey Dad, Harts & Kingswood.

Rejuvenated and armed with a stockpile of new material, the band returned to the studio in late 2015. This time, working with producer JP Fung (Last Dinosaurs, Art Vs Science, Josh Pyke) to create a brand new single, On & On.



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