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65daysofstatic Release ‘One Time For All Time’

Written by Mike Solo on November 12, 2012

UK experimental rock legends 65daysofstatic have announced the release of 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):

Watch: Drove Through Ghosts to Get Here (music video)

Watch: Radio Protector (live)

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