Shad announces “TAO”, a brand-new album out October 1st

Shad is thrilled to finally announce “TAO” a brand-new album out October 1st. To highlight this announcement, a third single and video is out today titled “Storm.”

TAO is about deep connection, wholeness, and the various threats to it. TAO refers to the Chinese philosophy of naturalism and is an acronym drawn from CS Lewis’ highly prescient 1943 book, The Abolition Of Man, that discusses The Tao. The TAO acronym is also found in The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff, another very influential book for Shad during his writing process. “The books were written something like 70 years apart but totally connect on the topic of preserving our humanness against certain threatening ideologies and technologies,” he explains. “Each song on the album focuses on a different part (or parts) of our humanity that we’ve been losing touch with.”

Preorder the album TAO by clicking here.
Watch the video for new single “Storm” by clicking here.