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Song Of The Day! Catholic Action ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’

Album ‘Celebrated by Strangers’ drops March 27th, 2020.

Catholic Action

Catholic Action is on fire. Not literally. But oh so sweetly, professionally. With their single ‘One of Us’ catching the proverbial laser track to fever ‘thumbs-ups’, their latest single ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’ is surely one more bottle of accelerant to that bonfire.

Where One Of Us took aim at the billionaire-owned media and their Bullingdon Club ilk, newly launched single ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’ is a call to organize, as lead singer and guitarist Chris McCrory outlines: “This is Casiotone for the politically marginalised. This is Krautrock for a progressive, positive future. And most importantly, this is a timely reminder that there are more of us than there are of them. People need to organise. Put down your phone, take your fingers out of your genitals and get on the streets – It really works. People Don’t Protest Enough.”

Heavy, yo.

Quickly becoming one of the highly anticipated albums to drop for 2020, Catholic Action breaks down, lock and loads their unique classic David Byrne meets David Bowie; Nosferatu meets Neu, attitudes of work, with the ultimate creme de la creme of antsy timing and transitions that just will drive you mad. Mad with joy, that is.

The gang made of mates Chris McCrory, Ryan Clark, Jamie Dubber, and Andrew Macpherson gives it their all and the talent of song craft is just too bright to be handled. That’s why we carry around blu-blockers when ever we are to handle the white hot goodness of Catholic Action’s heat.

Meaning they’re hot and on a roll – as we’d mentioned before.

A-hem.

Anywho, ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’ is decked out with fabulous vibes and excitement for all to share and love.

See them in 2020 @ The New Colossus Festival, NYC on March 11-15.

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