“This song is about the downside of ‘keeping your cool, said Brody Thomas. “Some people feel undermined when they are visibly upset and alone in being so. This is a conversational song about both sides of that. When staying calm becomes undesirable. Where I’m from on the east coast, we say “mad” to mean a lot, or very (ie. I’m mad tired). It also adds a double meaning to the term “Where I come from, mad means a lot.” It takes a lot to get there, and quite literally means a lot.”
Thoughtful ecstasy is where Brody gets his energy. A triumph of this inner will, the spoken word enlightenment brings happiness and emotional acceptance through ‘Mad/Mad’. A play on words, delighted by Brody’s charming vocal expressions, and the rhythmical radiance – ‘Mad/Mad’ is just one of many songs on album ‘This is a bad Haiku’. And all together, Brody’s efforts revive your a sense for justice and truth in music.
‘Mad/Mad’ is a charmer.
Let’s get ‘mad’ for Brody’s artistic shine.