Someday Static emerged after a period of transition with members and musical direction. In 2008, guitarist Artem Chernogod and vocalist Malin Bray renamed the band "Someday Static," referring to the universal desire to find calm and contentment in life. After adding Brian McFadden on drums, Jino Arielly on bass, and Stefanie Eichmann on keyboard, the five-piece powerhouse began cranking out music with soulful lyrics and progressive melodies.
In contrast to the emotive tone of their music, Someday Static boasts an eclectic blend of personalities. When the band isn’t goofing off for another YouTube video or dreaming up new songs, they’re performing live at venues in New York and along the East Coast. Their dramatic stage presence captivates audiences at each show. In 2009, they opened for Boys Like Girls, The Veronicas and Gym Class Heroes at the mtvU Sunblock Music Festival.
In 2010 Someday Static has released their EP, “Weird Stupid Noise.” It features seven tracks, including "As I Die," which was co-written and produced by Mark Troth Lewis (Flyleaf, White Light Motorcade).