Nashville-based artist Brasko recently released his glam rock head-banger, “20th Century Boy” featuring synth rock talent, Mr. Gabriel. Brasko labels himself as a glam anti-pop icon, with an eclectic image and sound reminiscent of 70s and 80s icons like Prince and Def Leppard.
With “20th Century Boy,” the artist shares his version of T. Rex’s 1973 glam-rock classic, featuring Nashville-based synth rock mega-talent, Mr. Gabriel.
Brasko says about the song, “Marc Bolan [of T. Rex] was one of the true pioneers of glam rock. He was one of the first men to go on national television wearing full makeup (even before Bowie). It was important to me that my fans knew I did my homework. If you want to lead the future you have know the past, so I chose to revamp ’20th Century Boy’ and make it a hit again.”
“20th Century Boy” is the second single from Brasko’s forthcoming debut LP, SEXDREAMSUPERSTAR, a concept album that transpires in a hotel and puts private affairs on full display to forge a connection between the exhibitioner and the listener. SEXDREAMSUPERSTAR was produced with Gabe Simon (Dua Lipa, Jai Wolf) and Cason Cooley (Ingrid Michaelson, American Authors).