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

With a contemporary spiritual pop sound for the modern age, The Maladaptive Solution aim to teach morality through their new single, ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’.

The mysterious group have been influenced by music from all genres from folk to rock, focussing on creating memorable songs with quality production at the centre of what they do.

The track blends a number of styles pairing simple guitar chords with an Indian-fusion backing track, along with choir vocals and some electric guitar as well. ‘Ontology (Form and Content) was written in one session but recorded over a number of years and locations.

In terms of physical reactions to the track, listeners have reported crying, feeling a strong sense of happiness or even one of support during a hard time, proving how ‘Ontology (Form and Content)’ can be interpreted by the individual in whichever way they wish.

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

‘Ontology (Form and Content) is out now but remember it’s not just a song, it’s an assignment.






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