Alternative, Folk, Rock, Uncategorized

The Maladaptive Solution: ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’

Creating contemporary spiritual pop for the new generation, The Maladaptive Solution  are aiming to ‘brainwash’ the nation with their new single ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’. The group use music for teaching purposes whilst using a classic but modern sound.

‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ is a beautiful track full of heart and honest lyricism, all backed up with simple and effective songwriting. The intriguing group are influenced by almost every era and genre of music and they concentrate their talents on writing memorable songs with quality production. The track was written in one session yet recorded over a number of years and in different locations. Listeners have reported crying, feeling a strong sense of happiness or even a sense of support during a hard time, proving how ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ can be interpreted by the individual in however way they wish.

The group have even created their own unique logo which they hope will become synonymous with the band and as ‘ubiquitous as the Nike swoosh’. Evidently, the band are pushing forward an ideology and a message rather than just great songs.

Contributors to The Maladaptive Solution include Brad Beard, Michael Carpenter, Michael Giblin, Jimmy Haber and Kylie Whitney.



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