British Columbia-based six-piece band, Mad Symphony has unveiled their new single, “Do It All Over Again” from their debut EP.
Orchestrated from a variety of professional rock artists from all walks of life and career, Mad Symphony plucks together Kevin Wright (lead vox, percussion), Dave Groves (lead guitar, background vox), Ted Tosoff (rhythm guitar, background vox), Mike Russell (keys, background vox), Amrit Prasad (bass), and Wes Hallam (drums). Together, this band of rock and roll brothers have created a modern soundscape born out of the metric set by the classic rockers who influenced them all to become musicians.
One blast from the speakers and Mad Symphony transports the listener into a nostalgic vortex of classic rock; “Do It All Again” is an anthem of the ages, with pounding percussion, amplified electric guitar, and powerhouse vox leading the charge. As they describe, it’s rock for the rebels; the fist-pumping hullabaloo your parents tried to keep you away from as teenagers.
The track was “written and recorded in rhythm guitarist and chief lyricist Ted Tosoffs’ basement studio, ‘Dungeon’,” explains Mad Symphony. The collective leaned into heavy-weight classic idols for inspiration on the track; from Deep Purple to Black Sabbath, Van Halen, and the Scorpions. “Do It All Again” is emblematic of a sound still as prevalent, beloved, and revered as it was the day it was consuming radio airwaves, boomboxes, and arcades in the 70s and 80s.
“We encourage the listener to embrace resilience, while never giving up on their dreams,” says the band. “With a giant middle-finger held up to the haters and trolls of the world this song will make you want to pump your fist and sing along.”
Check out the video for “Do It All Over Again” below, and stay up to date with Mad Symphony via their socials.
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