Dätcha Mandala present their latest video for “Stick It Out,” a powerful, political soundscape from their new album, Hara, out June 5 via Mars Red Sounds.

Within nine years, Dätcha Mandala have established as a force to be reckoned with among the French vintage rock scene, through their relentless touring and an impressive, one-off performance at Stade De France arena in Paris. In addition to their butt-kicking, hard rock sound, the video “Stick It Out” stages the ever-worrying earth pollution induced by human waste. 
 
High voltage riffage, political and philosophical lyrics, Robert Plant-like vocals, and an overflowing energy characterize Dätcha Mandala’s new album Hara perfectly. On this sophomore LP, the heavy blues trio deliver their strongest, most generous, and firmly rock ‘n’ roll record to date. Each one of these songs oozes the energy these seasoned live performers convey on stage.
 
“We hope you will enjoy the ‘Stick It Out’ video today!,” the band says. “Take care of yourself during theses crazy times, again and again.”
 
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