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Mad Painter's latest single 'Empty Bottles'

Mad Painter's latest single "Empty Bottles" from their upcoming third album captures the essence of 1970's rock 'n' roll with influences ranging from garage and proto-punk to heavy metal and psychedelic rock.


The band, consisting of members such as Alex Gitlin on keyboards and vocals, Al Nahabedian on guitar, and Kenne Highland on bass, formed in Arlington, MA, practicing at the Regent Theatre building.



They have played at various festivals and events, building momentum with singles like "Illusion" and "Rock And Roll Samurai." Produced in Peabody, MA, by Thomas Hamilton, "Empty Bottles" encapsulates the party atmosphere of the 70's while addressing the isolation and lockdowns of 2020.


Through bittersweet lyrics, the song conveys a message of hope and perseverance in challenging times, resonating with audiences who seek inspiration to overcome adversity.







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