About Signal Static
Signal Static was formed in 2015 by Ryan Stringer (Bass, Vocals), Gino Klein (Guitar, Backup Vocals), and Randy Camponi (Drums, Backup Vocals). Ryan had been in different bands with Gino and Randy, and the group met up together for the first time at Ryan’s wedding.
The trio quickly formed a dynamic songwriting partnership, and over the next year developed much of the material which would form the basis of the band’s early chapters.
With the addition of front man and lead singer Connor Smith in 2016, Signal Static became a fully functional rock band set on energizing the music scene and providing a platform for creative expression. The band’s debut album ‘Start Transmission’ was released in November of 2020, amassing over 30,000 streams on Spotify between the album’s top singles, ‘Blinding Lights’, ‘Meaningless’, and ‘Life Will Prevail’.
After Smith’s amicable departure from the band shortly after the release of ‘Start Transmission’, Signal Static re-formed itself as its original trio, with Ryan taking over lead vocal duties, resulting in the most productive and creative period in the band’s history.
With the forthcoming release of the first of many brand new songs, Signal Static presents a more intense and tightly focused sound than ever before, and the world will soon hear exactly what this newly-energized trio is capable of.
Drawing inspiration from artists such as Chevelle, Tool, Muse, Queens of the Stoneage, and Pendulum, Signal Static combines hard rock, punk, and alternative with elements of metal, grunge and electronic music to create an intensely fresh and emotionally compelling sound.
Signal Static’s songs express equal parts personal introspection and social commentary, hunting for the underlying meaning in current events, exploring the modern world through the minds of the characters who inhabit it, and delving into the struggles and victories that shape the human experience.
Ultimately, Signal Static's music emphasizes honesty, openness, and humanity in the face of uncertain circumstances.