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Mad Painter Releases New Single "Empty Bottles"

Mad Painter, the eclectic rock band known for their vibrant blend of 1970s influences ranging from garage rock to British glam, announces the release of their latest single, "Empty Bottles." The track showcases their signature sound with a nostalgic yet contemporary twist, appealing to both long-time fans and new listeners alike.

Formed in Arlington, MA, Mad Painter consists of Alex Gitlin on keyboards and vocals, Al Nahabedian on guitar, Kenne Highland on bass, Al Hendry on drums, and backing vocals by Julie Gee and Sharon Crumrine. The band's unique chemistry developed from their shared love of 1970s rock'n'roll, encompassing everything from proto-punk to early heavy metal and psychedelic rock.

"We're thrilled to unveil 'Empty Bottles' to our audience," says Alex Gitlin. "It captures that infectious party vibe of the 1970s while addressing the poignant themes of isolation and perseverance during the recent challenging times."

Mad Painter has performed at notable events such as Winter Tangle Fest in Kingston, NY and Echo Fest in Cuddebackville, NY, as well as numerous venues across the Boston area including Somerville and Cambridge. Their previous singles from the album "Splashed," namely "Illusion" and "Rock And Roll Samurai," garnered significant radio airplay and favorable reviews.

Produced in Peabody, MA by Thomas Hamilton, known for his work with various rock acts, "Empty Bottles" promises to deliver Mad Painter's trademark energy and lyrical depth. The single reflects the band's ethos of celebrating the carefree spirit of 1970s rock while addressing contemporary themes with sincerity and insight.

"Empty Bottles" is available for streaming and download. For more information and to watch the accompanying video, visit Mad Painter's official website.

About Mad Painter: Mad Painter is a rock band from Arlington, MA, known for their dynamic sound influenced by 1970s rock'n'roll. Their music blends garage rock, proto-punk, heavy metal, and psychedelic rock, inspired by bands like Sweet, Slade, and Mott the Hoople. With a reputation for energetic live performances and thought-provoking lyrics, Mad Painter continues to captivate audiences with their distinctive musical style.


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