Low Payout for BIG MOTHER GIG martedì, 2 ottobre 2018 21:57 by madseason
Big Mother Gig - Low Payout

Dusting off their instruments, Big Mother Gig honed in on their grunge '90s roots, bottled them up and brought them straight into 2018 for their new single, Low Payout, available to stream or download now on all your favorite digital music platforms worldwide (click on the image for links).

Teaming up with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones' front-man, Dicky Barrett, the single is a guitar-heavy anthem for the ages.

"There's a bite and a crunch to this song both musically and lyrically that really appeals to me," says Barrett. "[I] was honored to be asked and happy to be a part of [Low Payout]."

While the track thumps and pulses with sonic energy, the lyrics unearth the apprehension and agitation felt by the country's working class. "The song is an ode to the working class and how they inevitably have bowed out of the political process out of frustration and anger. The rich keep getting richer and the poor are getting drunk, as Paul Westerberg once said," explains lead singer Richard Jankovich. Barrett's gritty tone compliments the prominent grunge bass line found throughout the song. The two instruments, Barrett's vocals and Micah Lopez's bass, push one another's tones to their highest possible caliber.

Low Payout wil be included in Big Mother Gig's upcoming LP, No More Questions. "Songs with an edge, a punk attitude, and heartfelt songwriting," promises Jankovich!

Big Mother Gig - Obliterate

Big Mother Gig are a Los Angeles-based/Milwaukee-bred power pop rock band that originally formed in 1992 and returned to the scenes in 2017 after a 20-year hiatus with Almost Primed, an EP of 6 hard-hitting songs praised by the rock press.

Big Mother Gig are releasing their compelling new single, Obliterate, today, July 20.

Grungy enough to please 90's rock addicted, anthemic enough to grant you will sing its chorus out loud, Obliterate is an angst-ridden powerful track inspired by the events in Parkland, FL, that "attempts to understand white American rage and tries to come to terms with this body of the American populace who are teetering on the edge of violence. It's filled with judgement, attempted understanding, lost signals and a lack of redemption as the perpetrator succumbs to handcuffs."

Buy/stream Obliterate clicking on the image.