Adam Payne's bipolar poetry of urban malaise is set to a Rolling Stones groove on new single "Nightmare".
Musical malcontent Adam Payne needs action. As the ringleader of Residual Echoes, Payne has released three fistfuls of albums this century while splitting time playing with other acts including 6 Organs of Admittance, Cass McCombs, Gun Outfit and King Tuff to name just a few.
Set to release Famous Blondes, a solo LP, Payne's bipolar poetry of urban malaise is set to a Rolling Stones groove on new single "Nightmare". Speaking on the single's video, Payne notes, "Dylan [Sharp, director] and I found this bleached Super 8 film in a dumpster in Hahamongna Watershed near Jet Propulsion Labs. The dude in it looked kinda like me so we set it to this song, which is about taking your medicine. Carrie and Jessica were backing me up as a live band around the time so we used the rest of the film to record some live concert footage for the ending."
Famous Blondes will be released on July 22 via Selection Records.