Anonymous Indigo: a protest song by Bradley Dean Whyte

Anonymous Indigo could be named the official protest song of Austin, where it was filmed live during a city protest on Guy Fawkes Day in 2011. It’s a heartbreaking song with a smile at the end. Spoiler: the ballad includes lyrics about Romans drowning in their own vomit.

Bradley Dean Whyte has just finished his first full-length album, Emperors’ New Tea, which can be heard on his website. If you could imagine a jam with Beck, Prince, The Beatles and The Monkees, filled with lots of meaningful lyrics, including ‘No one wants to hear about your religion’ from his song Gospel, you’ll have an idea of what it may sound like. Or you can just go listen to it yourself.

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