A feel-good clarion call, the track comes from the forthcoming album Celebrated By Strangers.
Hot on the heels of their comeback single ‘One Of Us’, Catholic Action are back again with their latest outing ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’. The new track is taken from their forthcoming second album Celebrated By Strangers.
Pushed forth by a propulsive bassline and frivolous drums, ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’ is punctuated with spritely synths and a toe-tapping momentum. With an infectious melody to boot, the track meanders through multiple guises as it acts as a feel-good clarion call to the masses to step out and make their voices heard.
“This is Casiotone for the politically marginalised. This is Krautrock for a progressive, positive future,” shares vocalist and guitarist Chris McCrory. “And most importantly, this is a timely reminder that there are more of us than there are of them.
“People need to organise,” McCrory continues. “Put down your phone, take your fingers out of your genitals and get on the streets – it really works. People Don’t Protest Enough.”
‘People Don’t Protest Enough’ is available now via Modern Sky. Catholic Action’s forthcoming album Celebrated By Strangers is to be released 27 March.