Burlingtonians need no introduction to the work of local musician Nate Orshan (aka Nato). We know him as a songwriter by night, Vermont Teddy Bear Company marketer by day. And Nato has just produced something the likes of which VDB has not seen since the days of Scudder Parker’s gubernatorial run: a campaign song (and video) inspired by the candidate, but created entirely independently of that candidate’s campaign.
Here it’s the Miro Weinberger mayoral campaign that’s produced the inspiration. Mad hook alert: use caution, unless you’re okay with going around mouthing the words, “Oh, oh, oh, let’s go Miro.” It’s pretty catchy stuff. You’ve been warned.