Dopesmokers of the World Unite and Take Over is a new single from Indiana-based singer-songwriter, Blind Uncle Harry. This indie folk rock anthem contains elements of blues and Americana, as the artist playfully lays out his case for what he wants to happen. The backing vocals of the crowd give the song an “audience participation” vibe. One gets the sense this jam is a real hit at parties. Blind Uncle Harry’s witty lyrics and mellow delivery are those of a true hippie out of time. He really brings a lot of personality to the table.
The musical style is like if you were to blend 1880’s country with 1960’s folk, 1990s lofi and add contemporary social flair. Blind Uncle Harry does a nice job of balancing humor and fun with his underlying political message, which is that the world would be a much better place if everyone could learn to chill out and unite (at least over this one specific issue).
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