New York rock artist Ian Bamberger has released his first single from his upcoming album. Titled 'I Know I Know Nothing', the new single is available now and delivers a full-blown rock and roll anthem, complete with duelling guitar solos, booming choruses and an intriguing narrative.
Hailing from New York City, NY, Ian Bamberger has been proving his abilities as a singer and songwriter, illustrating his talents for writing infectious tunes and relatable narratives. Inspired by artists like Allman Brothers, Van Morrison, and Jimi Hendrix, Bamberger’s music journey began at the tender age of twelve when he started playing the guitar and writing music. Being an avid storyteller, Bamberger is greatly influenced by real life, drawing inspiration for his music from personal experiences, allowing him to invoke strong emotions in people.
Apart from invoking emotion, Ian Bamberger also seems to have a unique innate competency to ingeniously present music in multiple styles, all while maintaining a consistent brand, one of the factors that make this artist one to keep an eye out for. With big dreams and plenty of energy to spare, Ian Bamberger seeks to positively influence society with his music and is well on his way to making his mark in the world of rock music.
His new track, ‘I Know I Know Nothing’ was written and produced by Ian Bamberger, with guitar and vocal performance by Ian Bamberger, backing vocals by Katherine Geithman, drums by Dr Bill Grillo, bass by Brian Gearty, engineering by Nick Semanchik, and recording by Lakehouse Studios.
The music video for ‘I Know I Know Nothing’ also dropped last Friday on Ian Bamberger’s Youtube Channel, produced by VLV Media. Filmed in Riverside Park, the video shows off Ian’s performance skills in the heart of New York City.
‘I Know I Know Nothing’ is the lead track off Ian Bamberger’s upcoming album Headaches & Heartaches, establishing the project’s real-life themes: love, death, addiction, and the passing of time. The album is slated for a release in early 2022.
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