Buddhigraphy

Born and raised during the Civil War in Sri Lanka (1979 - 2009), Buddhi de Mal is a Singer-Songwriter, Performer and Band Leader currently based in Los Angeles, CA. He is the founding member and vocalist of Award Winning Rock Band in Sri Lanka "Wagon Park" and also the founder and vocalist of Los Angeles Rock band, The Sutra. His style of writing is highly influenced by Blues, Folk and the Classic Rock era when the Psychedelic Rock movement broke through during the 60s. 

 

Inspired by real life scenarios, Buddhi writes his songs with a powerful message that carries the words love, peace and freedom loud and powerful. Till now, he has produced a Solo EP and an EP with The Sutra after moving to Los Angeles in 2016 where he continues to record and perform live. With his Sri Lankan band Wagon Park, he has released an EP and a full length album, also awarded the Best Rock Band in the Country in 2015.

At present, Buddhi continues to work on all three of his main projects, including Buddhi de Mal, Wagon Park and The Sutra.

Buddhi's Music

Videos of Buddhi

Buddhi's Gallery

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News on Buddhi

July 19, 2018

Buddhi de Mal to Release a Powerful Song with a Stunning Video

Press release for new single with music video, Colours of Hate (No More)

January 14, 2018

Celebrating 10 Years of Hard Rock

"To celebrate 10 Years, Wagon Park plans to release a Single titled ‘Jayaganwan Sri Lanka’ of their upcoming Sinhala Album. This track was composed, written and produced by Buddhi de Mal (Lead Vocalist and founding member of Wagon Park).  An initial version of the track was recorded in 2009 at the end of the war as a tribute to the peaceful island Sri Lanka." 

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