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Don Broco come for racist rideshare drivers with new single ‘Uber’

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Don Broco have released their new single ‘Uber’, less than a fortnight away from the arrival of their new album ‘Amazing Things’.The song is a fairly explicit recounting of experiences the band had while in America, particularly drawing inspiration from racist Uber drivers they rode with.“This was the first song we started writing for the album a few years ago touring the States,” the band said in a press statement.“Within the space of a week three separate Uber drivers were openly racist in front of us, I guess assuming as white guys we’d share their views.”The lyrics reflect those experiences, with lead vocalist Rob Damiani fiercely singing: “I’ve been dealing with the driver who’s sorry for my lot/’Cause my country got us mixing our.

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