NYC psych-punk band Acid Dad have unveiled their new single "Get Me High", alongside an accompanying music video.
In 2021, while continuing to independently produce all their own music, art and even building their own guitars, Acid Dad produced their second LP 'Take It From The Dead' and spent time building a studio space in Queens, NY. Unfortunately that studio was lost in a catastrophic flood brought in by Hurricane Ida later that year, but thankfully its energy and soul were captured with the bands live film and album ‘Levitation Sessions,’ recorded only a few months prior.
In 2022 the band is set to release their new 7” single ‘Get Me High’, featuring an otherworldly video by Acid Dad visual artist Webb Hunt. The B-Side “Brain Body” was recorded live at Shaky Knees Festival in April 2022. The band will tour all of October supporting Australia’s Psychedelic Porn Crumpets across the entire USA with festival stops including both Desert Daze and Levitation.
“Since our studio was destroyed by the hurricane Ida floods, our music has been heavily influenced by the nature of water. ‘Get Me High’ is about trying to grasp a breath after unexpectedly losing everything. Inspired by children’s cartoons, pipe systems, and fluid dynamics, we created Ding Ding, creatures who find themselves lost in a foreign psychedelic world.” - Acid Dad
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