A strain reveling in a joys of roving to Bali during a ’80s, by Australian folk rope Redgum, has done a viral comeback, call netizens to remember a island’s golden days before “it got too crowded.”
Making waves in 1984 when it was initial released, Australian singer-songwriter John Schumann with his floppy hair and thick beard, takes us with his upbeat balance by Poppies in Kuta before it got so hectic, out on a vessel float in some really pacific waters, along green-terraced rice fields in Ubud, and other scarcely unrecognizable spots that have now been built adult with a attainment of mass tourism to a island.
The strain gets a name from a poetic lyric, “You can’t stir me, since I’ve been to Bali too.”
One of a favorite lyrics, alludes to a time Paul McCartney was sealed adult in Japan in 1980 for 9 days for perplexing to move in half a bruise of pot into a country—which is still applicable given Indonesia’s possess mania with drug smuggling:
“Went by my bags like McCartney in Japan, we didn’t have a thing, so we didn’t give a damn.
“You can’t pretence me, since I’ve been to Bali too.”
Though a product of a 80s, a resurgence of seductiveness in a strain happened this week when internal surfing repository Bali Belly posted a song video to their Facebook page, in a chronicle finish with lyrics.
Since posted on Wednesday, a video has been noticed over 400,000 times, common over 6,000 times, and has a integrate of thousand comments, reminiscing about Bali behind then.