Just what I needed after a day of dealing with dour rock bands and unimaginative indie chancers: a song that is upbeat and in your face, fun and funky.

But this new one from Danny Toeman is more than just a great song; it also has a great message, one that examines the lies and rhetoric of public statements and political broadcasts. Give it a rest, a says, no one believes a word you say, Mister Man, as you just spout whatever bullshit sells the party line.

Soulful, conscientious, funky and full of life, its a song that speaks groove to power. When did revolution become this much fun?

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