Around March 2020 the world took a break from live music with the onset of a worldwide pandemic, in case you hadn’t heard?
When the world stage shut down, Wolfmother’s Andrew Stockdale took to the home studio playing all of the instruments, crafting out album number six, Rock Out.
With mental health becoming one of the most prevalent issues during the pandemic, Stockdale used the majesty of rock with all of its chakra healing qualities to guide himself with the creation of Rock Out. The idea of Rock’n’Roll giving pure transportation to a better place amidst all of the monotony of daily covid life became a self-help cathartic release delivered with a New York Cab driver twang. If you can’t travel during a pandemic, you can get in a cab straight to Hell’s Kitchen with this little number.