A continual inspiration, 65daysofstatic never sit still.
Spending the past decade pricking the conscience of British music, the band are now ready to look back.
Released in 2004, debut album 'The Fall of Math' will be re-issued on March 25th. Expanded over two discs, the new package comes equipped with B-sides, videos and rarities.
Discussing the album, 65daysofstatic said:
"In the first year of the weird post 9/11 future we all now occupy, 65daysofstatic wrote a record entirely by mistake in an obscure room in the North of England, usually in the evening after finishing whatever day jobs we were holding down. In the weird spring of 2003 we watched in horror as the US invaded Iraq, aided by our own morally destitute government and seemingly for completely fabricated reasons. A month later, we went into the studio to record the music that would become 'The Fall of Math' aided by the kindness of Monotreme Records, the label that helped to build 65dos from the ground up into a viable commodity fit for digestion in the public sphere."
"We pulled a huge round the clock session, aided by the wisdom and skill of the infamous Alan Smyth, a man whose expertise and advice we seek to this day. While not exactly a global smash, 'The Fall of Math' was met with some excitement by a number of people we had never dreamed of, and threw us into a world of very hard touring and recording for the foreseeable future. In short, it changed our lives, as did the aftermath of the events we were quasi-soundtracking by living through."
"While 65daysofstatic are no longer the same people we were back then, The Fall of Math holds a great significance for us. Maybe it does for you too. The world is as big a mess as it ever was. Come and see the results in March!"
65daysofstatic will re-issue 'The Fall of Math' on March 25th. The band will play the album in full at a select batch of European shows, including the following UK date:
27 London Koko (sold out)