Makaveligodd’s ’12’ Is Succinct Yet Confrontational

It's a "big middle finger to Uncle Sam..."

Reclusive internet rebel Makaveligodd returns with new single ’12’.

The powerful multi-hyphenate uses the web to spread his message, with breakthrough cut ‘Harakiri’ racking up more than six million plays.

Together with his Trash Gang collaborators, he’s built a singular catalogue, defiantly side-stepping genre norms. Returning with something new, Makaveligodd only needs 90 seconds to make his point, moving with a punk-like disregard for the norm.

The distorted piano melody conjures a paranoid atmosphere, while the compressed drums threaten to shatter your speakers. Punchy and dynamic, ’12’ aims to “symbolise rebellion” – or so Makaveligodd puts it.

Lyrically, he wants to confront the powers-that-be, labelling the track a “big middle finger to Uncle Sam…”

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