Maasho returns with pop-rock anthem “Sad Machine”

Maasho returned this week with a pop-rock antidote to cure the pandemic blues. Since he began experimenting with music in 2019, the young artist has amassed over 13 million global streams and even garnered the attention of 24kGoldn. After spending the past few months working hard to craft his new sound, the single “Sad Machine” is finally out. 

Driven by a combination of hard-hitting drums and heavy sub-bass, the track is practically begging to be blasted through your car speakers. Distorted guitar riffs reverberate behind the kind of wailing melody that could entice even the shiest of wallflowers to sing along at the top of their lungs. The line “I think I’ve got a sad machine / pointed just at me” captures the frustration many are feeling as technology takes over more and more of our lives. Luckily for us, we have this song’s massive energy to vent to. 

Serving as the lead single for his upcoming album ABESWRLD, this anthem is an impressive beginning for the suburban rockstar’s new era. 

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