These are some british post-rock dudes, using drum and vocal samples and some corny "static" effects, but nonetheless are very listenable. This is their first album, 'the fall of math', and should be very good for summer driving music. recommended!
From their Wikipedia:
The origin of the name is unclear, with the band once stating that they took their name from an unreleased John Carpenter film called Stealth Bomber, starring Kurt Russell, that they had formed to create the soundtrack to. However, the lack of any further information regarding the film's existence makes this unlikely. On 20 July 2009, the band stated on BBC Radio 1 that they were named after the last words of Adolf Hitler. Other theories include that the band took their name from the CIA's 1954 Guatemalan coup d'état during which the CIA put a white book instrument to use according to which 65 days of disabling the communication systems of a nation while spreading propaganda is enough to overthrow a country, or, as put forward by New Statesman, that the name was derived from psychological experiments conducted in the 1950s to 1960s, in which it was found that exposure to 65 days of white noise (or static) would render the listener insane.