65daysofstatic will showcase huge sounding No Man's Sky soundtrack in homecoming gig

Fans of Sheffield's noise merchants 65daysofstatic have just a fortnight to wait for what will undoubtedly be a raucous homecoming.

Wednesday, 2nd November 2016, 7:12 am
Updated Wednesday, 16th November 2016, 4:39 pm
Sheffield-based band 65daysofstatic.

The instrumental four-piece, from the Steel City, will be showcasing their huge-sounding recent release ‘No Man’s Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe.’

A 16th November date at Plug in Sheffield is a first chance for some of the band’s longest serving fans to get a taste of the album in a live setting.

The album is a soundtrack to the highly anticipated 2016 release No Man’s Sky.

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65dos put together a ‘self-generating’ soundtrack that will provide a unique audio experience for those playing the game, which boasts a procedurally generated universe.

Essentially, your experience of the game will sound different to everyone else’s, but crucially it will sound like 65daysofstatic.

Formed in 2001, 65dos are a difficult band to describe, many favouring the term ‘post rock’ because there isn’t really a genre to which the Sheffielders belong.

But their music often involves quiet, delicate moments before huge soaring crescendos, often overwhelming – especially played live.

The Plug gig is part of a world tour.

In the UK, 65dos will play in London, Bristol, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow.

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