Premiere: Watch Angry Anderson Band's New Music Video 'Realise Legalise'

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Angry Anderson is using his platform to promote the positive uses of hemp and medicinal cannabis. Angry Anderson is using his platform to promote the positive uses of hemp and medicinal cannabis.

A staple of Australian rock & roll throughout the '70s, '80s and '90s as well as a passionate youth advocate and charity worker his entire life, Angry Anderson is ready for the next stage of his music career.

The frontman for Aussie legends Rose Tattoo (who are still active having released a new album, 'Outlaws', last year), Angry is using his platform to promote the societal benefits of hemp (a plant that can be used to make paper, rope, textiles, clothing, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, food, and animal feed) with the release of the debut single of his new project, Angry Anderson Band, 'Realise Legalise'.

"Brothers and sisters, we are living in strange and therefore exciting times, as to this, there can be no doubt!" Angry says.

"Depression, anxiety, and the fear of the future go hand in hand with the promise of a better world that we can all play a part in creating.

"We are constantly bombarded with talk of sustainability, conservation, preservation, and a growing acceptance of a dependency on renewables.

"Renewables. Just what are renewables? I hear voices asking. Some would call them gifts from God. Some would quite rightly refer to them as gifts from nature, the creational process, the provider.

"They are, put simply, that which comes from the natural realm. From Mother Nature herself. They are earth, wind, water, and sunshine. Truly gifts, from the Divine.

"It is with this spirit of embracing that which is natural to further the comfort and well-being of humanity and in the spirit of true debate that I want to play a small part in opening the conversation around the utilisation of one of Nature's gifts, the genus cannabis."

scenestr is thrilled to premiere the music video for 'Realise Legalise'. Enjoy.

"Launching a new solo project/ band, I was energised to revisit and then continue a personal journey, crusade if you like, that started many years ago.

"In recent years I have been inspired by personal relationships with people from all around our homeland as they struggled to gain access to medicinal cannabis to relieve their own suffering or that of a loved one.

"I also came across a book written by a doctor, Dr. Teresa Towpik, which I urge all interested to seek out and read; her book is 'Introduction To Medicinal Cannabis, An Easy Guide For Doctors And Patients' enlightened and educated me to the amazing contribution medicinal cannabis does and can make when medically provided.

"There are many more worthwhile uses for genus cannabis in the manufacturing sector, which would gift us with products that are sustainable and therefore renewable; prime example – it could, I'm advised, revolutionise the manufacture of paper, cardboard and building materials, and even replace plastic.

"Why then are we afraid to an open, honest debate into cannabis? A gift from the past that can benefit our future. I, for one, am not afraid."



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