A little song about the current and wider paranoia within today's society fueled by everything from the pandemic to wild conspiracies.
There's bugs going round, in every city, every town,
There's bugs in the air, some folks panic, some don't care,
There's bugs in the pubs, in your beer and on your grub,
And the government tell us to Stay Alert
There's bugs in the media, social networks, Wikipedia,
There's bugs that are powered, by the transmission towers,
There's bugs in the phones, the smart speakers in our homes,
And they are listening to your every word,
There's bugs on the hands, of everybody in the land,
There's bugs in your eyes, that’ll turn you into spies,
There's bugs in your mouth, so to stop them getting out,
The government tell us to stay inside,
There's bugs in our beds, in our clothing, in our heads,
There's bugs on our screens, showing unprecedented scenes,
There's bugs in our brains, that are sending us insane,
Driving some unto some violent deeds
Bugs in the Supermarket, and the multi-story parking,
Bugs in the shopping malls, and they're spreading wall to wall,
These bugs are here to stay, don't think they'll ever go away,
But the government say it's under control
released May 7, 2021
Written, performed and recorded by Brother Bastion.
Brother Bastion is a Folk-punk singer and guitarist from Blackburn, Lancs
His songs are based on his observations
of growing up in a working class town, and the social and political aspects that come with that.
Influenced by The Pogues, Dead Kennedys, Johnny Cash, Motorhead and The Clash to name a few; his lyrics are often brutally honest but delivered with an acerbic wit.
A must-see live act...more