To describe Sheffield, UK's 65daysofstatic is not an easy task. Indeed, most who have tried can merely hint at the depths these guys reach with their wide-open sounds, melding seamless guitar shapes with ferocious drum ‘n bass styled beats, live drums and computer glitch. A soundtrack to a new dimension, where rock, dance and electronica are equals. A refreshing glimpse into the future at a time when the music industry has arguably been far too obsessed with all things retro.
The talented quartet – Joe Shrewsbury, Paul Wolinski, Rob Jones and Simon Wright – scored an unlikely hit in 2004 with their debut album, The Fall Of Math. A critical success, it launched the band into a new league of recognition; here, they would hone their sound, transforming from studio operatives crafting rave music for rockers into a rock band impossible not to rave to. Live, they excelled. Audiences swelled.
Monotreme Records is pleased to offer a third pressing (on 180g vinyl with copy of the album on CD in a printed card wallet) of the band's 2004 surprise attack debut The Fall of Math. Includes download for full album plus bonus Hole EP and Retreat! Retreat! single B-sides.