You’re here. So now you’re a part of it.
- Solo vocalist from Bristol, UK
- Debut album released October 2018
- Live show with stage-breaking 4 piece band
At a time where the world of politics is plagued by a disregard for honesty, a contempt for reason, and the gradual yet palpable stripping of our birth-given rights, Madcap digs in and spits flames at the capitalist-fuelled inequality of our corporate industry.
His impassioned vocals and incendiary music welds hip hop, rock and poetry into a Mad Max monster, shoves the listener in the driver’s seat and slaps them awake ’til they grab the wheel.
In Madcap’s words:
“We are being increasingly disarmed and constricted by the world around us. A world that’s getting more violent as it shrinks; with environmental destruction at every turn, countless political corruptions and subverted affiliations, government-backed assaults on peaceful protests, profit-driven wars launched and dropped like the latest makeshift pop star.
Our world and its people are suffering in silence from our mutated industrial landscape, with lies and misinformation stifling all screams as we verge on tipping point.
This is not scripted for shock value. Only the truth will break people out of their inertia. That truth ultimately leads to one result; the end of our industrial way of living. It’s difficult for anyone to fathom.
Industrialisation exists to make kings of the producers and slaves of the labourers. With our newfound globalisation and immediacy of all things, the whole system is now completely out of balance. The elite few have become Gods in their influence and devils in their demeanour.
If you hand an inordinate amount of power to a select few, they will come to use it solely for self-interest. History has shown it time and time again. The only way we can evolve, less survive, is by ensuring this power is dispersed among the hands of the many, the pyramid of control flipped upside down.
It’s now a race against time. We need to make this change happen ourselves. It’s down to you and me.
They can deride us, but they cannot divide us.”