Mad Painter releases 70’s inspired track Empty Bottles

Eclectic rockers Mad Painter releases another 70’s inspired single. Their latest single Empty Bottles showcases their signature sound with a nostalgic nod, and will appeal to both new and long time fans.

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About the band

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. Mad Painter is deeply rooted in the melodic rock tradition of the 1970s, playing original music ranging from Woodstock-era psychedelic rock to glam-tinged rock’n’roll and epic heavy anthems in the vein of Uriah Heep.

At the center of Mad Painter is Alex Gitlin, the songwriter and creator of the concept. He is backed by drummer Al Hendry (Bubba Loaf, Tokyo Tramps), bassist Kenne Highland (ex-Gizmos, Hopelessly Obscure, Johnny & The Jumper Cables, Africa Corps.), and guitarist Al Nahabedian (Thighscrapers), who plays with Kenne in Kenne Highland Airforce.

Mad Painter has performed at various venues around the Boston area, including MIT, Out of the Blue Gallery, McGann’s, Hennessy’s, Club Bohemia, The Jungle Community Music Club, and C Note in Hull, as well as the Winter Tangle Fest in the Poconos. Their shows are known for nostalgic 70s rock vibes, great musicianship, and songs that encourage audience participation, making for a lively and engaging experience.



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