After returning with their first new music in two years back in October, Glasgow quartet Catholic Action are back with another taste of what they’ve been working on with new track ‘People Don’t Protest Enough’.
An upbeat call-to-arms, lead singer and guitarist Chris McCroy explains: “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.”
The second track to be revealed from their forthcoming sophomore album ‘Celebrated By Strangers’, the new bop follows ‘One Of Us’, which Chris describes as a “direct response to what I see happening in the UK – a country ravaged by poverty and a disintegrating social fabric of increasingly isolated and intoxicated people.”
See the full ‘Celebrated By Strangers’ track listing below:
1. Grange Hell (South London In D)
3. I’m No Artist
4. One Of Us
5. Yr Old Dad
6. And It Shows
7. People Don’t Protest Enough
8. Another Name For Loneliness
9. Sign Here
10. There Will Always Be A Light
11. Four Guitars (For Scottish Independence)
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