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FM Static

About FM Static

FM Static blasted onto the scene in 2003 as a "side-project" of Thousand Foot Krutch-ers Trevor McNevan (lead vocals) and Steve Augustine (drummer). Adding bassist Justin Smith, guitarist John Bunner and some of the most head-spinning writing in the biz, FM surpassed side-project goals and started climbing the charts as a power punk pop mainstay. FM Static was the outlet McNevan needed for his cache of songs that didn't fit the TFK identity. It's an impressive sidestep that wins him attention as a total rock chameleon and helped make FM the pied-piper of teen punksters with the cleverest lyrics and most irresistible hooks.

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FM Static

FM Static blasted onto the scene in 2003 as a "side-project" of Thousand Foot Krutch-ers Trevor McNevan (lead vocals) and Steve Augustine (drummer). Adding bassist Justin Smith, guitarist John Bunner and some of the most head-spinning writing in the biz, FM surpassed side-project goals and started climbing the charts as a power punk pop mainstay. FM Static was the outlet McNevan needed for his cache of songs that didn't fit the TFK identity. It's an impressive sidestep that wins him attention as a total rock chameleon and helped make FM the pied-piper of teen punksters with the cleverest lyrics and most irresistible hooks.

About FM Static

FM Static blasted onto the scene in 2003 as a "side-project" of Thousand Foot Krutch-ers Trevor McNevan (lead vocals) and Steve Augustine (drummer). Adding bassist Justin Smith, guitarist John Bunner and some of the most head-spinning writing in the biz, FM surpassed side-project goals and started climbing the charts as a power punk pop mainstay. FM Static was the outlet McNevan needed for his cache of songs that didn't fit the TFK identity. It's an impressive sidestep that wins him attention as a total rock chameleon and helped make FM the pied-piper of teen punksters with the cleverest lyrics and most irresistible hooks.

About FM Static

FM Static blasted onto the scene in 2003 as a "side-project" of Thousand Foot Krutch-ers Trevor McNevan (lead vocals) and Steve Augustine (drummer). Adding bassist Justin Smith, guitarist John Bunner and some of the most head-spinning writing in the biz, FM surpassed side-project goals and started climbing the charts as a power punk pop mainstay. FM Static was the outlet McNevan needed for his cache of songs that didn't fit the TFK identity. It's an impressive sidestep that wins him attention as a total rock chameleon and helped make FM the pied-piper of teen punksters with the cleverest lyrics and most irresistible hooks.