OnOff Calls Out Corrupt Governments And Social Media Addiction On “Blah Blah Blah”

[L-R (Stevie 10 Bears, Paulie, Dave), photo credit to ONOFF]

Sacramento-based, all-Irish Alternative rockers ONOFF have revealed an “assertive yet comedic take” on the current power struggle between “the general public and corrupt governments” with their new single, “Blah Blah Blah,” taken from their upcoming album due in early 2023. The single comes with a satirical video.

Lead singer and guitarist Paulie says:

Music is a never-ending story, one that’s always evolving…but could it really end fascism alone? Not likely, but a certain song can unify us, the people. In today’s world the news & media still serve untrue source-less garbage down our throats but through smart phones & tablets. Their power is clear. People are addicted, social media is the drug, and the world is hooked. ‘Blah Blah Blah’ is a stone-cold bitter truth, a three-minute alarm. Listen for yourself, it’s time to WAKE UP!

Formed in the early 2000’s in Ireland, the three-piece band extensively toured across Europe before relocating to Sacramento, CA in 2013. They have played hundreds of shows at West Coast venues such as the Whisky A-Go-Go in Los Angeles and both Bottom of The Hill and The Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. In April 2020, the band dropped the stand-alone single and music video for “Closer” featuring rapper DuPree The Bay Bully.

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