Liverpool musician Brad Stank creates funky psychedelic rock


Fan of Mac Demarco? Then you’ll love the sound of Brad Stank who releases his new single ‘Watering the Garden’.

The Liverpool musician showcases a laid-back vibe that touches on downtempo funk, 70s West Coast jazz and ethereal psychedelia. Self-described as “cerebral slow jams as sexistential pop” Brad lyrically occupies the philosophical middle-ground between life’s big existential dilemmas and innate sexual impulses. His message is simple – talk less, love more.

He said: “‘Watering The Garden’ is a peaceful offering. It’s a simple tune for reaching the simplest part of your brain. Patience, understanding and love is the message!”

The new video for Brad’s enigmatic and charming single provides a psychedelic surreal journey through his world, with a water can in his hand to enrich his garden with joy and friendship. It’s an empowering reminder for people to try to find the time to recharge and to look after their mental health.

Now a fast rising Scouse crooner, Brad Stank continues to share his philosophy of modern slacker rock and lo-fi pop but it grooves like a Ronnie Foster 7” played at 33RPM.

Looking ahead, Brad has a debut North American headline tour to look forward to next month (October 2019) where he’ll be welcomed by a growing and devoted fanbase after live dates with Gus Dapperton and Clairo.

Check out the music video for ‘Watering the Garden below and please leave a rating out of 10.

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