Devendra Banhart has released a brand new song inspired by the 25th amendment.
Banhart is one of the contributors to the ‘27: The Most Perfect Album’ which is a collection of songs designed to talk about the amendments to the United States Constitution. “So in came the Secretary Of Homeland Security/ But after trying to explain that the matriarchy simply means equality/ It was all too scary and so they had to set them free,” Banhart sings.
Other participants to the record include the likes of Kevin Morby, Dolly Parton, They Might Be Giants, Cherry Glazerr, and more.
Banhart, in a typically buoyant mood, decided to pick a subject based around protocol when the President resigns, dies, or is impeached from office.
As you can imagine, the song is quintessentially Barnhart as his poetic lyrics roll effortlessly alongside his lo-fi style. Here’s the track: