Politics & More From Joe Innes &The Cavalcade
Consider Joe Innes & The Cavalcade as a cultural landmark in European independent music.
At an extraordinary rapid pace, this troubadour has assembled an exquisite team of contemporary musicians to form his "cavalcade": some of whom have included Britney Spears's live guitarist and Patch and the Giant, an indie folk band from London, England.
High-profile television networks and radio stations have sung his praises, featuring his fresh vocals and offbeat songwriting on their daily broadcast line-ups. They have received airplay from BBC6Music and marketing support from Clash Music and the Line of Best Fit.
Friday, May 26th sees the release of Joe Innes & The Cavalcade's upcoming album 'Foreign Domestic Policy'. This release will be celebrated with a party, taking place in London on the same date.
"Little Rabbit", lead single from the album, is a compelling introduction to this compilation of folk and indie rock work. This track will surely top the music charts in due time.
Not only because of Joe Innes's raw talent, but because of the indulgence into the political landscape worldwide. People interested in politics and government should listen to this track, and then sample the entire album.
Using immaculate vocals and an ingenuous use of folk instruments, Joe Innes does a tremendous job of subtly discussing, without directly influencing, different political views.
With lyrics such as "look what the Eton mess has done, don't let the farmer have his fun, just run," Joe reflects on how important political decisions can affect a mass group of people, sometimes for the better, and sometimes for the worse.
"Little Rabbit's" accompanying music video brilliantly transposes the thoughts and ideas being conveyed by Joe.