Giack Bazz is an experimental rock outfit led by London-based singer-songwriter. The artist’s sense of reality, as he brings out in his songs, is unique and absorbing. Like in his latest single, ‘The Moon is Painted’, there’s a distinct outwordlyness that he makes relevant to the human experience of heartache. His music outfits the ethos of Pink Floyd with post-punk and hard rock influences. So there are a lot of new ideas and concepts that the artist cultivated within the loud and intense guitar framework. 

The track opens with a flooring guitar lead that pounds into you. An equally powerful bass carries it to the verse. The vocals are mellow and sedative for the most part, except in the anthemic spirit of the chorus. You’ll spot a lot of electronic touches and accessories that, despite its minimal presence, orients the soundscape and sustains the absurd atmosphere of the theme. The concept is strong and the execution demonstrates a virtuoso that you don’t often see. Listen Now! 

Giack Bazz debuted in 2016 with album, ‘Childhood Dream’ and has since released four albums and a string of singles. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to ‘The Moon is Painted’ by Giack Bazz here –