Las Vegas Rock band Otherwise and Mascot Records / Mascot Label Group have revealed the first song from the band’s upcoming new studio album, “Full Disclosure”. The quartet are very open about the personal tragedy and trauma that they’ve experienced, which has informed their music since 2012. In keeping with that, they are reaffirming their commitment to directness with fans with their new single.

Adrian Patrick (vocals) comments:

Honestly, we have lived every single note and each fucking lyric we’ve written. We don’t have costumes or a gimmick. We’re just dudes on stage singing about what we’ve gone through.

Of new track “Full Disclosure,” Ryan Patrick (guitar) and Adrian Patrick explain:

We’ve met people who are different from their stage persona. It’s genuine frustration with people who aren’t what they seem. This is who we are. To sum it up as a former business law major-slash-minor, ‘Full Disclosure’ is a legal term, and it means what you see is what you fucking get.

Ryan and Adrian Patrick also lead the 501c3 Life By Music, which supplies music programs with instruments. Related to this, the band visits schools, initiated a partnership with Gibson Guitars, and have even have created the Guitar Magic coloring book. They hope to create an “empowering environment” for kids.

Current confirmed appearances include:

6/17      Green Bay, WI                                                              EPIC Event Center

6/19      Madison, WI                                                                 High Noon Saloon

6/21      Springfield, MO                                                            Kiss Bar and Grill

6/22      Arnold, MO                                                                  21 Rock

6/23      Lawrence, KS                                                               Bottleneck

6/24      Evansville, IN                                                               KC’s Time Out Lounge and Grill

6/25      Creve Coeur, IL                                                            Crusens Rt 29

6/26      Sioux City, IA                                                               The Marquee

6/28      Minot, ND                                                                    The Original

6/30      Hobart, IN                                                                    Art Theater

7/02      Battle Creek, MI                                                           The Music Factory

7/05      Pittsburgh, PA                                                              Hard Rock Café

7/07      Indianapolis, IN                                                            The Rathskeller

7/08      Waterloo, IA                                                                 Electric Park Ballroom

7/09      Saint Joseph, MO                                                          Café Acoustic Concert Hall

7/10      Columbia, MO                                                              Rose Music Hall

7/13      Cadott, WI                                                                    Rock Fest Cadott 2022

7/27      Boston, MA                                                                  MGM Music Hall at Fenway