Rising Liverpool Talent Brad Stank Shares Smooth Jazz Number "O.T.D"

Rising Liverpool Talent Brad Stank Shares Smooth Jazz Number "O.T.D"


March 01, 2018

Having cut his teeth in pop band Sundogs, rising Liverpool artist Bradley Mullins now operates as Brad Stank — a solo project that's more jazz than pop. On his newest cut "O.T.D", the B-side to his new single "Daddy Blue", he goes a step further by incorporating a psychedelic element into his jazz palette, all the while retaining an undeniable catchiness. Or, as Untitled Records puts it, "sexistential ballads".

The video is just as smooth, a mixture of blue-lit shots of Bradley and red-lit shots of a girl just out of focus — nostalgic, melancholic, and undeniably perfect for the bittersweet touch of irreverence in the song. "Daddy Blue" / "O.T.D" is out today on 7", limited to a run of 100. Grab it here.



Words: James Keith


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