Name: Arlo

What you do: Lead Guitar

Something most people don't know about you: I don't own an iphone!

Day job(s) in between rocking with The Statics: Bartender

Currently listening to: The Bronx, Elvis Costello, and CCR.

Fav Statics song and why: 'Damned', because!!

Dream line-up: At The Drive In, Brand New, Modest Mouse and Peter Combe.

Other thoughts/comments: Totes and Defs thinks that the english language is going to hell in a handbasket. LOL.

Forming in 2008, The Statics have never been ones to faff about. They’ve hit the ground running on this treadmill of an industry and refuse to slow down.
The Melbourne rock quartet have released two albums previously, with two brand new EPs (combining to make one album) coming out in 2011.

The EPs/album “A Million Perfect Mistakes” are produced by Darren Cordeux (Kisschasy, Jonesez, Fuzz Phantoms) and mixed/engineered by Hadyn Buxton (Blueline Medic, The Wrights, Trial Kennedy).

The Statics are one of the hardest working independent bands in Australia - They don’t seem to understand the word NO. Perhaps ‘committed’ would be the politically correct way of describing them; however ‘ballsy’ is far more fitting.

To put it simply, The Statics love playing live, and being able to do that together is what fulfils the beast within.
It’s this reputation for blistering live shows which has seen The Statics continually invited to play alongside some of Australia’s most renowned live acts, including Gyroscope, Calling All Cars, After The Fall and Trial Kennedy.

But the band aren’t content to rest between gigs - check out the YouTube series of their “It’s Yours So Truck It” escapades, which shows them setting their gear up on the back of a truck and playing impromptu gigs outside the offices of many band managers and booking agents around Melbourne and Sydney.

If nothing else, it’s plain to see that The Statics have balls. Big Balls.

Name: Gerard

What you do: Sing and play guitar both very badly

Something most people don't know about you: I'm actually a nice bloke

Day job(s) in between rocking with The Statics: run a record store

Currently listening to: Screamfeeder 'Take You Apart'

Fav Statics song and why: Blame has always been a fav, but fav on the new album at moment would be Damned If I Do

Dream line-up: Jebediah, Tom Petty, Ron Sexsmith and The Statics

Other thoughts/comments: be good for goodness sake

Name: Leo

What you do: Wave my arms around, and hope that I make some sort of impact with my drums.

Something most people don't know about you: I still share a bedroom.

Day job(s) in between rocking with The Statics: Teach kids how to play drums and be exactly like me.

Currently listening to: Clutch-'Blast Tyrant'

Fav Statics song and why: Have to be Victory or Damned! THEY GO OFF!!

Dream line-up: Bugdust, Foo Fighters, The Living End, THE STATICS! (I wish!)

Other thoughts/comments: To all of those people who go to pubs, spend a lot of money on getting absolutely pissed, only to stand stock stock still up the back of the room while an awesome band is rocking their hardest up the front, "HOW IS THAT FUN?!?!?!?!?!?!"

Name: Pat.

What you do: Play bass, eat Subway.

Something most people don't know about you: I've had six wisdom teeth removed.

Day job(s) in between rocking with The Statics: Record store shitkicker, Multimedia designer, Midnight deliveryman.

Currently listening to: The Government. Melbourne's most-missed rock band.

Fav Statics song and why: In Your Head. It rocks and it's fun to play! Plus, nobody else picked it.

Dream line-up: Osker, Less Than Jake, They Might Be Giants & Frenzal Rhomb. It'd be interesting, if nothing else.

Other thoughts/comments: balls