65daysofstatic release ‘One Time For All Time’

UK experimental rock legends 65daysofstatic have released their seminal 2005 record One Time for All Time in Australia, featuring signature tracks Radio Protector and Drove Through Ghosts to Get Here as well as hard-to-find bonus cut Asphalt & Trouble.

The record showcases the influential UK band’s unique combination of adrenalin-charged electronic rock with the pummelling build and dynamics of post-rock.

The success of One Time for All Time upon its initial release earned 65daysofstatic a personal invitation to tour with The Cure on their 2007-2009 arena tour around the world, and since then they have enhanced their incredible live reputation with hundreds of shows across the US, Europe and Asia.

The band recently announced their first ever tour of Australia, with full dates available here.

One Time for All Time is out now through Bird’s Robe Records.

One Time for All Time (deluxe edition):


Drove Through Ghosts to Get Here (music video)

Radio Protector (live)

The album was also recently selected as the feature album on RTR FM in Perth!

65daysofstatic announce first ever Australian tour

One of the world’s most popular instrumental groups 65DAYSOFSTATIC have announced their first ever visit to Australia, performing headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth as well as this year’s Peat’s Ridge Festival.  

 The tour follows the recent announcement of the release of their back catalogue in Australia, beginning with their latest ‘We Were Exploding Anyway / Heavy Sky’ featuring Robert Smith (The Cure), followed by deluxe editions of their first 3 albums.  

Formed in 2001 in Sheffield, 65daysofstatic quickly established themselves as one of the most influential post-rock exponents in the UK. Whilst their early EPs showed a band dabbling in electronica and dance-rock, the band was equally at home playing epic instrumentals and math-rock.

The success of their 2004 debut LP The Fall Of Math and the follow up One Time For All Time earned the band a personal invitation to support The Cure on their 2007/08 arena tour around the world. Flowing into 2009, the band played to hundreds of thousands of people across the US, UK, Europe and Asia.  

 Their most recent records The Destruction of Small Ideas and We Were Exploding Anyway have seen the band shift into an electronic-based sound that has seen them compared to peers such as Battles and Aphex Twin. Straddling both rock and electronica, the band has created a hybrid sound that is truly unique.  

It’s the band’s live show however, that has made them one of the most popular instrumental touring acts in the world. Where their records show their ornate instrumentation and experimental sound manipulations, their live show is a rock and roll rave that has seen them share stages with the likes of Metallica and play huge festivals such as Sonisphere and Summersonic, as well as massive European dance parties.

The tour and releases will be followed by the band’s newest studio album, due in mid-2013. 

“Catch 65DOS live and you will see that every member puts as much perspiration into his playing as a road-worker into his shovel on a hot day.” – Rogue Mag

“We Were Exploding Anyway / Heavy Sky” is out now through Bird’s Robe Records:  

65daysofstatic Australian tour – tickets on sale Monday 20th August

(facebook event here http://www.facebook.com/events/318075441621958/)

Sun Dec 30th @ Peats Ridge Festival, Glenworth Valley NSW www.peatsridgefestival.com.au  

Wed Jan 2nd @ The Hi Fi, Sydney NSW www.thehifi.com.au  

Thurs Jan 3rd @ The Hi Fi, Brisbane QLD www.thehifi.com.au  

Fri Jan 4th @ Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC www.cornerhotel.com  

Sat Jan 5th @ The Bakery, Perth WA www.nowbaking.com.au  / www.tickets.lifeisnoise.com  

www.birdsrobe.bandcamp.com   / www.65daysofstatic.com  


Listen to Come To Me (featuring Robert Smith)


We Were Exploding Anyway / Heavy Sky (deluxe edition)


The Destruction of Small Ideas (deluxe edition)



Watch 65daysofstatic live in New York http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cjbA1rGb2k

Watch 65daysofstatic live in Japan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzJAJXAgFzc

Watch 65daysofstatic live at Summersonic Festival http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiZg8NJ1ALA