Mad Painter’s latest single, “Empty Bottles”, is a compelling nod to the golden era of 1970s rock, seamlessly blending garage, proto-punk, and early heavy metal influences. This track, produced by Thomas Hamilton, captures the band’s signature sound, with Alex Gitlin’s keyboards and vocals leading the charge, supported by Al Nahabedian’s guitar, Kenne Highland’s bass, and Al Hendry’s drums. The song’s lyrics resonate with themes of isolation and perseverance, inspired by the 2020 lockdowns.

The band’s dedication to preserving the party atmosphere of the 70s while delivering a message of hope is evident in this release. We like this song for its authenticity and vibrant energy. Be sure to follow Mad Painter on Instagram and Facebook for more updates.