The Others Are Dead, Steve Drop “The Inevitable March of Disco”
Anyone looking for a punk song full of catchy guitar riffs and heavy, steady drum beats this spring must check out “The Inevitable March of Disco” from The Others Are Dead, Steve.
“The Inevitable March of Disco” is about a fictional totalitarian government whose central ideology is its commitment to disco music.
Through the lyrics, the song depicts some of the ways the regime uses disco as a means of control over the people. The first verse describes how “We’re strapped and regulated in the name of fun/The beats so rarely vary/ So we dance as one/ How could something so groovy ever be a sin?” After the chorus, the second verse also subtly observes how someone is getting out of line, stating, “It seems your hair is getting a touch too long,” to showcase the strict regulation of this society.
Accompanying the lyrics is an instrumental full of guitar riffs drenched with heavy reverb and resonating vocals that fit perfectly into the song’s soundscape.
Listen to “The Inevitable March of Disco” below:
“The Inevitable March of Disco” is a fun song to rock out to, with lyrics depicting a society ruled with an iron fist forcing the population to accept disco as the ultimate music genre.
The Others Are Dead, Steve is a rock band based in London made up of members Steve (guitar), Kat (vocals), Ash (bass guitar), Mark ( country licks), and Harvey (drums). They released their first single, “Get In The Shark,” in 2021, followed by their singles, “Whatever You Wanna Call It,” “Cats Can Fly,” and “Ditches.” In 2022, they shared their last single, “Gen Z.”
To stay updated on The Others Are Dead, Steve’s performances, and music, check out their website and follow the band on Instagram and Facebook. In the meantime, give their single, “Gen Z,” a listen below!