DEVOís Gerald Casale Goes Punk and Political With His New Song: Donít Roof Rack Me, Bro (Seamus Unleashed)
Gerald Casale ...............................
Gerald Casale, a founding member of the 1980s punk rock/new wave band DEVO, pops in as a special guest on Arden Moore’s Oh Behave Show on Pet Life Radio to unleash his new song with a political bite. It’s called Don’t Roof Rack Me, Bro (Seamus Unleashed) and it spotlights the tragic tale of an Irish setter named Seamus who rode 12 hours in a wooden crate on top of the vehicle driven years ago by now presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Casale’s song is more of an appeal to treating companion animals humanely. Discover more about this DEVO icon and get the chance to hear this song by tuning into this special show.
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