65DAYSOFSTATIC at Festivals
65daysofstatic began in Sheffield, United Kingdom in 2001 as Iain Armstrong, Paul Wolinski and Joe Shrewsbury. Contrary to popular belief, they did not originally form to try to write music to fit the unreleased and little known John Carpenter film, 'Stealth Bomber' (starring Kurt Russell). Instead, they took their name from the 1954 CIA-backed coup d'etat in Guatemala. There, the CIA disabled Guatemalan communication systems while spreading propaganda, leading to the overthrow of the government. Read more about 65daysofstatic on Last.fm.
Maybeshewill , And So I Watch You From Afar , Collapse Under the Empire , Gifts From Enola , If These Trees Could Talk ,
post-rock , instrumental , experimental , math rock , electronic ,
- Truck Festival 2010 - 24 Jul 2010 (Unspecified)
- Guilfest 2010 - 16 Jul 2010 (Main Stage)
- Glade Festival 2010 - (Unspecified)
- EuroSonic Noorderslag 2010 - (Unspecified Stage)
- Supersonic 2009 - 26 Jul 2009 (Outside Stage)
- Dour Festival 2009 - 18 Jul 2009 (La Petite Maison Dans La Prairie)
- Cactus Festival 2009 - 11 Jul 2009 (Main Stage)
- Hop Farm Festival 2009 - 05 Jul 2009 (Unspecified Stage)
- Dot To Dot Festival (Nottingham) 2009 - (Unspecified Stage)
- ATP Vs The Fans 2007 - (Fan chosen)
- Truck Festival 2006 - 22 Jul 2006 (Unspecified stage)
- Truck Festival 2005 - 23 Jul 2005 (The Trailer Park) Less...