- 20 Apr 21
Listen to the new track from the Irish singer-songwriter and activist below.
To mark 4/20, Jimi Cullen has shared a brand new single, 'Legalise, Don't Criminalise' – described as "a musical call for the legalisation of Cannabis".
The Irish singer-songwriter has been a long-time supporter of various campaigns to legalise cannabis in Ireland, and was approached by an activist group to release a song to coincide with 4/20 – a day marked internationally by celebrations of cannabis culture, as well as protests calling for its legalisation and decriminalisation.
Cullen, who combines elements of folk, rock and country in his sound, has shared stages with the likes of John Spillane, Jim Page, Damien Dempsey, Paddy Casey, Aslan, Declan O'Rourke and more over the course of his career.
In addition to his four albums – 2007's When The Last Leaf Falls, 2008's Junkyard Poet, 2014's Life, and 2017's Revolution – the Irish singer-songwriter has also penned tracks protesting against the far-right and Direct Provision, and in support of the Debenhams workers.
Listen to 'Legalise, Don't Criminalise' below: