Auckland acoustic-rock band, Madam Tsunami release their debut album Man in the Middle today, the 24th October 2014.
Written by front man, Adam Usmani, Man in the Middle is an atypical rock album heavily influenced by Adam’s working class background, a voice seldom represented in modern music today.
Unplugged and acoustic with grunge influences, the 11-track album is an exciting introduction to this new band.
Inspired by the reality of being a full-time tradesman and father of two, Usmani touches on themes relatable to many including blue-collar struggles, love, life and the desire for more equality.
Recorded in late 2013 at York Street Studios, the album was produced with the assistance of acclaimed New Zealand musician Don McGlashan and mastered by Avalanche City’s Dave Baxter.
Madam Tsunami will be performing at the Dogs Bollix on Saturday the 25th October as part of their album release celebration.