US rock icon MAD PAINTER unveiled their latest psychedelic experience – the lyric video for the track “Jaques”

US rock icon Mad Painter unveiled their latest psychedelic experience – the lyric video for the track “Jaques”, taken from the album “Splashed”, out via Epictronic.

“Jacques” is a playful anthem that humorously captures the trials and tribulations of navigating life’s rules and regulations. This track is brought to life with infectious melodies, vibrant guitar licks, and captivating rhythmic patterns.

Within its verses, “Jacques” echoes the constant reminders and admonitions we encounter daily, painting a vivid picture of directives and cautions. From mundane tasks to etiquette lessons, the song lightly outlines a myriad of instructions. Each line beckons a nod to societal norms and familial guidance, crafting a rhythmic chorus of do’s and don’ts.

“Splashed” is a sonic journey through time, featuring an eclectic collection of tracks that span decades, from early shelved demos to contemporary compositions. Drawing inspiration from a diverse range of influences including ABBA, Elton John, and classic rock legends, Mad Painter has artfully blended these elements to create a distinctive heavy rock style that sets them apart. The album serves as a testament to the band’s evolution, with hints of what’s to come as they embark on recording their next musical endeavor.

Hailing from the vibrant music scene of the Boston area, Mad Painter is a band deeply rooted in the melodic rock tradition of the 1970s. Their original compositions pay homage to a spectrum of influences, from Woodstock-era psychedelia to glam-infused rock ‘n’ roll, and anthemic heavy hits. The band boasts a diverse lineup led by the visionary songwriter Alex Gitlin, whose creativity is amplified by the talents of drummer Al Hendry, bassist Kenne Highland, and guitarist Al Naha. Recent additions to the ensemble, backing vocalists Sharon Crumrine and Julie Gee, contribute to the band’s rich and resonant sound.

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