Static Cycle have shared the video for their latest release, the emotionally charged rock anthem “Power“. This release may be the most personal to frontman Jared Navarre. On the new video Navarre shares with Loudwire, “‘Power’ is a deeply vulnerable song for me. Both the video and song chronicle my experience of being torn apart and abused. The Showman, who is one of the main characters in our live show, represents the figure who looms over us all, but as the video shows, sometimes pain makes you stronger and power is fluid.”
“Power” is the fourth installment in a six part series featuring music videos that transport audiences into another world created entirely by hand. The characters introduced throughout each video help to showcase the story that will soon come together for an insane, genre-shattering live show. An incredible hybrid between Cirque Du Soleil, live theatre and hard rock, fans can rally their excitement for the future debut happening soon. This new offering follows up previously released singles “Boxes“, “Ringer” and “Wolf“, all together debuting a new developed and honed in sound for 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.” The epic showman has established 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” was met with widespread acclaim from E!, Entertainment Tonight, NY Daily News, HuffPost and more. The band spent several years touring across the country with artists like Daughtry, Ludacris, Drowning Pool, Seether, Puddle of Mudd, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and Alien Ant Farm to name a few. In 2013, Navarre moved to Nashville where he began recording the next evolution of Static Cycle music with multi-instrumentalist Andy Sheridan and renowned drummer Lester Estelle Jr.