The new single ‘Sisters’ is pMad’s take on those we love, gone too soon.
They don’t go away very far, they walk beside us every day….. having left such an impression on us! They are still loved, still missed and a very important influence on our lives.
‘Sisters’ by pMad is a simultaneously intense, dark, brooding and yet hopeful.
Showcasing high-energy guitars and an organically authentic drum line, “Sisters” is a emotionally warm indie rock song that boldly presents a post-punk / rock sound and lyrical style.
As always pMad has us thinking, with his powerful lyrics, this time on the love & loss of those closest to us.
Sisters’ there is an end and fly away!!
Even with the devils and the demons that often inhabited their lives, those we love that have gone too soon have left such an impression in our lives and we are grateful for the path they have led us to.
Be careful what you wish for it may not always be fair.
‘You were the one to believe in us’ pMad
Paul Dillon from Portumna, Co. Galway in Ireland is solo artist named pMad.
Following a path of introspection with a unique view of the world & what we are doing to ourselves and the planet!
‘Sisters’ now delves into the feelings we have, when people we love leave our lives too soon.
The special thing is Paul in bands The Suicidal Dufflecoats to The Greeting & now pMad, records ‘Sisters’ in the middle of a pandemic and it is created in Ireland (self-released on Zedakube Records), in collaboration with Germany (Protonaut Studio) & Mexico (Elith Mastering Labs) without ever being in the same room together.