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Stoic Static / Press

“A ‘heads up’ to Leicester’s finest, Skam#. I think I’ve found a second band for your Flick Rock movement. Now it really is a movement, boys. Stoic Static have the classic rock licks down to a tee, and yet bring melody and grunge sensibility to the mix. There’s plenty of headbanging opportunities across the set and I’ve been playing along on air guitar. I’m getting really good at the tricky axe solo on the excellent “Bye and Bye”. Yeah, guitar solos are back. There’s a Bob Mould / Foo Fighters sound to the melodies and Mitch Hill’s lead vocal. I’m quite fond of “I Hope Not”, which currently languishes in equal last place in the band’s online poll for ‘best song on the album’. UK rockers, get on there and vote for it. Buy the disc at CD Baby and if you’re ever in Louisville. Now a transatlantic meeting of Skam# and Stoic Static would get me fired up for a unforgettable night of Flick Rock fireworks. Mitch Hill meets Steve Hill would be a fine collab”