Static Alice – The Ghost of Common Sense

Static Alice

Static Alice

November 2014 saw the release of the debut album from Guernsey based pop-rockers Static Alice.

They launched the record with a show at the De La Rue supported by Jawbone on Saturday 15th November and on the same day my review of the album was published in the Guernsey Press.

You can download the album via Static Alice’s Bandcamp page and physical copies are available direct from the band, and here’s my review: Static Alice - The Ghost of Common Sense review scan - 15:11:14

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8 thoughts on “Static Alice – The Ghost of Common Sense

  1. […] were certainly one of the busiest bands of the year and, with their take on pop-rock as heard on The Ghost of Common Sense it was clear to see […]

  2. […] the rest of the songs here and are something of a welcome break with King Kong from their debut, The Ghost of Common Sense. This is modern rock at its poppiest and continues to demonstrate something of the appeal the band […]

  3. […] Alice played an acoustic session featuring tracks from their debut album, The Ghost of Common Sense, along with new songs from their upcoming Beautiful Mystery […]

  4. […] Funded partially by a Kickstarter campaign and recorded in Brighton the release almost exactly a year on from their debut, The Ghost of Common Sense. […]

  5. […] me the highlights of their set came with original song King Kong from their debut album The Ghost of Common Sense and their version of Don Henley’s (or The Atari’s) Boys Of Summer. The set closer and encore, […]

  6. […] it was Static Alice as they launched into one of their rockier sets with a track that highlighted their debut album, King […]

  7. […] in a crowd spanning all ages and delivered a vibrant, energetic 40 minutes of music from their debut album and follow-up […]

  8. […] live shows over the last few years Static Alice have also found the time to record and release both a full length album and EP, and now, they’ve marked the releases of their third record, another EP titled […]

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