Hear STATIC DRESS' soaring new post-hardcore single "crying" | Revolver

Hear STATIC DRESS' soaring new post-hardcore single "crying"

Leeds quartet step into latest era

UK post-hardcore upstarts Static Dress have stepped away from their Rouge Carpet Disaster and into a new era, having just delivered their first piece of music in 2024. The band's emotionally-charged return is called "crying."

The new track takes cues from the soaring, melodic aesthetic of their 2023 debut full-length, with the band marking "crying" with in-the-red melancholy and a mix of screamed-and-sung vocals between frontperson Ollie Appleyard and bassist George Holding.

As for the video, it finds a corpse-painted, crimson-domed Appleyard and the rest of the band spin-kicking through a subterranean jungle full of decidedly fetal flora, and it only gets weirder from there. You can see the rest of the video's Christ allegories, media frenzies, Vaseline-lensed genital-blurring, and jagged glass-clutching moments up above.

It's unclear at the moment if Static Dress are issuing "crying" as a standalone single, or as part of a sophomore follow-up to Rouge Carpet Disaster. The band did, however, precede the official single drop with an interactive puzzle that yielded 300 fans a limited-edition vinyl flexi-disc of "crying."

What is confirmed is that Static Dress will be out on the road with Underoath for much of the year. You'll find their run of global support dates below.

Static Dress 2024 tour dates with Underoath:
06/24 Bristol, UK - O2 Academy
06/25 Birmingham, UK - O2 Institute
06/26 London, UK - O2 Forum Kentish Town
06/27 Manchester, UK - O2 Ritz
07/11 Cheltenham, UK - 2000 Trees Festival*
09/18 Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
09/20 New York, NY – The Palladium
09/22 Wallingford, CT – The Dome
09/24 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE
09/26 Philadelphia, PA – Franklin Music Hall
09/27 Worcester, MA – The Palladium
09/28 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live
09/29 Columbus, OH – Kemba Live
10/1 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore
10/2 Indianapolis, IN – The Egyptian Room
10/4 Milwaukee, WI – The Eagles Ballroom
10/5 St. Louis, MO – The Pageant
10/6 Birmingham, AL – Furnace Fest
10/8 Kansas City, MO – The Midland Theater
10/9 Minneapolis, MN – Myth
10/11 Denver, CO – The Summit
10/12 Denver, CO – The Summit
10/13 Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
10/15 Seattle, WA – Showbox SODO
10/16 Portland, OR – Revolution Hall
10/19 Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young
10/20 Las Vegas, NV – When We Were Young
10/22 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
10/23 Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
10/25 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
10/26 Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
10/27 San Diego, CA – SOMA
10/28 Phoenix, AZ – The Marquee
10/30 Dallas, TX – Southside Music Hall
11/18 Austin, TX – Stubbs
11/19 Houston, TX – House of Blues
11/20 Oklahoma City, OK – Diamond Ballroom
11/23 Cincinnati, OH – Megcorp
11/24 Chicago, IL – The Salt Shed
11/26 Des Moines, IA – Val Air Ballroom
11/27 Green Bay, WI – Epic Center
11/29 Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe
11/30 Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
12/1 Toronto, ON – History
12/3 Buffalo, NY – Riverworks
12/4 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
12/6 Stroudsburg, PA – The Sherman Theater
12/8 Richmond, VA – The National
12/9 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
12/10 Charlotte, NC – The Fillmore
12/13 Tampa, FL – Jannus Landing
12/14 Tampa, FL – Jannus Landing
12/15 Tampa, FL – Jannus Landing

*no Underoath


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