Swim the Current’s Project Release: “Cognitive Dissonance” Feat: Chaka Malik and George Pond

Tri-State NJ – The project Swim the Current headed up by guitarist Greg Antine has released his next single “Cognitive Dissonance”Vocalist Chaka Malik (Burn, Orange 9mm), bassist George Pond (Disciples of Verity), and guitarist Joe Gareri (Ernie Ball, Music Man artist, Joe Gareri of Joe Gareri Project) join the head of this project, Greg Antine, this time as musician guests on Swim the Current’s current project release.A professional well-known and constructed team of musician’s all contributing as they have certainly set a tone that continues to showcase what a project like Swim the Current can produce. It could be said about the Swim the Current project, those incredible things happen when musicians come together and meld their talents. “Cognitive Dissonance” certainly is a leader in the realm of modern collaborations between well-respected musicians and long-time friends.

“This song is an introduction into a world of isolation during a time of pandemic, frustration, and media propaganda. It is a whirlwind for the search for inner sanctum.” – Greg Antine


“I like songs that force a listener to pay attention lyrically, and musically. Allowing words, notes, and sounds to paint the picture. Creating the space for personal transcendence and a free mind” – Chaka Malik


“This song is a culmination of feelings such as isolation, anger, frustration towards all the things in the world that fragmented into a whole. As they come together in these unprecedented times.” – George Pond

“Having worked previously with George and Greg on the debut from Disciples Of Verity, there was immediate chemistry between the 3 of us which continues on with Swim The Current. I can’t wait for the world to hear what we’ve been working on!” – Joe Gareri

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