“People Don’t Protest Enough” Catholic Action

“People Don’t Protest Enough” by Catholic Action, is Northern Transmissions' 'Song of the Day.' The track is off their forthcoming Celebrated By Strangers
“People Don’t Protest Enough” by Catholic Action

Scottish band Catholic Action have shared their new single “People Don’t Protest Enough, the lead-track off their” their new album Celebrated by Strangers out March 27th via Palo Santo Records. “People Don’t Protest Enough” is a battle cry for the disillusioned masses; a call to organize and speak out about the positive change you believe in. Lead singer and guitarist Chris McCrory shares, “This is Casiotone for the politically marginalised. This is Krautrock for a progressive, positive future.”

Indebted at times to the progressive ‘70s influences of Eno, Fripp and Talking Heads, Celebrated by Strangers is ultimately the sonic statement of a band inspired by the mire of the now, with a sense of humor, hope, change and proactivity. McCrory adds, “We’ve made a record that embraces the negatives – both from a musical and social/political standpoint – sees the humour in them and ultimately turns them into something positive; be that a better outlook, or progressive political action.”

The band will bring their rollicking live show on an international spring tour, hitting the US for SXSW, The New Colossus Festival and additional dates to be announced soon.

Catholic Action
Celebrated By Strangers
track listing

1. Grange Hell (South London In D)
2. Witness
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)

Catholic Action
Live Dates

March 12: New York, NY @ Bowery Electric – The New Colossus Festival
March 13: New York, NY @ The Delancey – The New Colossus Festival
March 13-22: Austin, TX @ SXSW
May 2: Liverpool, UK @ Liverpool Sound City
May 3: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK @ Hit The North
May 8: Glasgow, UK @ St Luke