Worker & Parasite – The Silent Majority
I came across Worker & Parasite for the first time yesterday and HAD to listen to them. Any Simpsons fan would know why.
Fortunately the abstract absurdity of that cartoon sketch has definitely come over 100% in this band’s music – and videos too. This might actually be my favourite video of the year.
The band are from Melbourne and the song itself is from an EP, released in September, called “Politics: A Case Study Of The Nexus Between Populism, Apathy & Exploitation”. My kind of band on so many levels.
Saturday 12 November 2022, 20968 views
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