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About Static Cycle

When Static Cycle lead vocalist Jared Navarre hit the scene at age 19, MTV called him
‘the greatest young front man in rock.” An epic showman, the Alaska native learned to
play and write music at an early age, establishing a reputation for being explosive on
the mic, high-flying onstage and Sinatra smooth.

His gripping and powerful voice helped Static Cycle rise to national fame in 2010 with
the release of their second album, Part 1: Hydrate. The EP was produced by GRAMMY-
winning producer Josh “Tone” Weaver and featured the hit single “Inside This World of
Mine.” The song’s official music video, which was filmed inside an ice museum on an
Alaskan glacier, world-premiered on E! and was met with widespread acclaim from
Entertainment Tonight, NY Daily News, The Huffington Post and many more.

After independently releasing their first record and hustling their way into any gig they
could get, Static Cycle began to book slots on major tours with artists like Daughtry,
Ludacris, Drowning Pool, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Eve6, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus,
Saliva, Hawthorne Heights and Alien Ant Farm to name a few. Meanwhile, Navarre had
begun building his own independent record label to serve as the machine behind Static
Cycle, making the move to Nashville in 2013.

Over the next few years, Navarre continued to hone his craft, writing over 200 new
songs and working on an idea for an insane, genre-shattering live show. He was soon
introduced to Andy Sheridan (guitars, keys, bass, programming) by mutual friends who
knew that each had a passion for rock music.

Sheridan had several years of production and live music experience, having worked
with artists across nearly every genre, from Stevie Wonder and John Legend to
Sugarland and Lady Antebellum. As the two began creating new music together,
Sheridan brought in Kelly Clarkson’s full-time drummer, Lester Estelle Jr. (drums,
background vocals). Renowned as one of the best and most respected drummers in the
business, the pair had met during Sheridan’s time spent as band leader for Hunter
Hayes.

Navarre, Sheridan and Estelle got to work on a new evolution of Static Cycle music,
recording across multiple studios including House of Blues Studios, Electric Thunder,
Sweet Briar Recording and their own home studios.

Lead single “Boxes” was written by Navarre during the raw and jarring first days
following his breakup with a long-term girlfriend. “It was a busy time and life couldn’t
slow down, so I was trying to compartmentalize the pain and sadness and put it into
music,” he explains. “I eventually had to go through those boxes to ‘unpack’ the true
feelings I was experiencing about what had occurred.”

Much like every song on the upcoming album, the music video for “Boxes” features an
incredibly unique and captivating aesthetic that’s part of a larger narrative. Each song
and its accompanying video is a chapter in the story, introducing listeners to characters
that the band will bring to life in their one-of-a-kind, immersive live show.
“It’s dramatically different than a traditional live rock show,” Navarre adds. “It’s a hybrid
between Cirque Du Soleil, Blue Man Group and live theater. It’s an experience unlike
anything in hard rock.”

It’s an experience he’s been anxiously waiting to share for five years, and one they all
think is needed for an element of rock music that’s become stagnant.

“People have been yelling at us that hard rock is dead,” says Navarre.

“We want to prove them wrong.”
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Genres:
Rock, Hard Rock
Band Members:
Vocals: Jared Navarre, Drums, Background Vocals: Lester Estelle Jr., Guitars, Keys, Bass, Programming: Andy Sheridan
Hometown:
Wasilla, Alaska

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About Static Cycle

When Static Cycle lead vocalist Jared Navarre hit the scene at age 19, MTV called him
‘the greatest young front man in rock.” An epic showman, the Alaska native learned to
play and write music at an early age, establishing a reputation for being explosive on
the mic, high-flying onstage and Sinatra smooth.

His gripping and powerful voice helped Static Cycle rise to national fame in 2010 with
the release of their second album, Part 1: Hydrate. The EP was produced by GRAMMY-
winning producer Josh “Tone” Weaver and featured the hit single “Inside This World of
Mine.” The song’s official music video, which was filmed inside an ice museum on an
Alaskan glacier, world-premiered on E! and was met with widespread acclaim from
Entertainment Tonight, NY Daily News, The Huffington Post and many more.

After independently releasing their first record and hustling their way into any gig they
could get, Static Cycle began to book slots on major tours with artists like Daughtry,
Ludacris, Drowning Pool, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Eve6, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus,
Saliva, Hawthorne Heights and Alien Ant Farm to name a few. Meanwhile, Navarre had
begun building his own independent record label to serve as the machine behind Static
Cycle, making the move to Nashville in 2013.

Over the next few years, Navarre continued to hone his craft, writing over 200 new
songs and working on an idea for an insane, genre-shattering live show. He was soon
introduced to Andy Sheridan (guitars, keys, bass, programming) by mutual friends who
knew that each had a passion for rock music.

Sheridan had several years of production and live music experience, having worked
with artists across nearly every genre, from Stevie Wonder and John Legend to
Sugarland and Lady Antebellum. As the two began creating new music together,
Sheridan brought in Kelly Clarkson’s full-time drummer, Lester Estelle Jr. (drums,
background vocals). Renowned as one of the best and most respected drummers in the
business, the pair had met during Sheridan’s time spent as band leader for Hunter
Hayes.

Navarre, Sheridan and Estelle got to work on a new evolution of Static Cycle music,
recording across multiple studios including House of Blues Studios, Electric Thunder,
Sweet Briar Recording and their own home studios.

Lead single “Boxes” was written by Navarre during the raw and jarring first days
following his breakup with a long-term girlfriend. “It was a busy time and life couldn’t
slow down, so I was trying to compartmentalize the pain and sadness and put it into
music,” he explains. “I eventually had to go through those boxes to ‘unpack’ the true
feelings I was experiencing about what had occurred.”

Much like every song on the upcoming album, the music video for “Boxes” features an
incredibly unique and captivating aesthetic that’s part of a larger narrative. Each song
and its accompanying video is a chapter in the story, introducing listeners to characters
that the band will bring to life in their one-of-a-kind, immersive live show.
“It’s dramatically different than a traditional live rock show,” Navarre adds. “It’s a hybrid
between Cirque Du Soleil, Blue Man Group and live theater. It’s an experience unlike
anything in hard rock.”

It’s an experience he’s been anxiously waiting to share for five years, and one they all
think is needed for an element of rock music that’s become stagnant.

“People have been yelling at us that hard rock is dead,” says Navarre.

“We want to prove them wrong.”
Show More
Genres:
Rock, Hard Rock
Band Members:
Vocals: Jared Navarre, Drums, Background Vocals: Lester Estelle Jr., Guitars, Keys, Bass, Programming: Andy Sheridan
Hometown:
Wasilla, Alaska

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