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 high-flying onstage and explosive on the mic. His gripping and powerful voice helped Static Cycle rise to national fame with the release of their second album, Part 1: Hydrate. Produced by GRAMMY-winning producer Josh “Tone” Weaver, the official music video for the LP’s hit single “Inside This World of Mine” world-premiered on E! and was met with widespread acclaim from Entertainment Tonight, NY Daily News, HuffPost and many more. Having spent years hustling their way into any gig available, Static Cycle began to book slots on major tours with artists like Daughtry, Ludacris, Drowning Pool, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, Eve 6, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Saliva, Hawthorne Heights and Alien Ant Farm to name a few. Navarre moved to Nashville in 2013 where he 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 multi-instrumentalist Andy Sheridan (guitars, keys, bass, programming) and renowned drummer Lester Estelle Jr. (drums, background vocals) who joined him to record a new evolution of the band’s sound. Coupled with their one-of-a-kind, immersive live show, Static Cycle has created a music experience unlike anything else.