Maximillian Rudd has released the first of a series of studio clips from his latest album Salvador. The clips show the live takes of each track as it was recorded at Head Gap Studios in Melbourne. Check out the clip for When I Found Out, featuring Al Kerr on drums and percussion and Josh Bridges on double bass and cavaquinho.
Preeminent Australian music magazine Beat gives the green light to the new album, calling it a “melting pot of groove and global flavours.” Read the full review here.
Encompassing storytelling, global influences and a rich sense of culture and character, Salvador is a truly enveloping celebration of love, life and belonging.
Salvador is Maximillian Rudd’s second studio album, and oozes Rudd’s trademark eclecticism, celebrating life and love with influences from around the globe. Drawing on his established penchant for intimate instrumentals and sensitive songwriting, Rudd looks to and explores new horizons with his groove-driven band.
Salvador is now streaming worldwide on all digital streaming platforms.
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