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Portugal. The Man to Release Custom Cannabis Blend

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  1. Melody Bot

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    Portugal. The Man will be releasing a custom cannabis blend called “Feel it Still.” The full press-release can be found below.

    Portland-based Portugal. The Man has teamed up with international advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy and Oregon Cannabis grower Hifi Farms (Called “The coolest cannabis company in Oregon,” by Esquire Magazine) to release Feel it Still, a custom, packaged, pre-rolled blend designed to pair with the band’s new single. The cannabis blend will be available starting on April 20th (the unofficial cannabis holiday) at all Serra Cannabis and Electric Lettuce recreational dispensaries.
    “We partnered with Hifi Farms because they’re one of the best growers in Oregon and it’s especially important right now to raise awareness for reasonable drug laws. Also, smoking weed while listening to music is awesome.” – Zach Carothers, Bassist

    This fine craft cannabis blend is made up of our Top Shelf hybrid strains Gorilla Glue #4 and Girl Scout Cookies. Grown indoor at Hifi Farm (our 50 acre Clean Green Certified™ compound just west of Portland in Washington County) out of custom living soil and under state-of-the-art LED lighting technology, these prerolls are yet another expression of Hifi Farms’ credo, Make Beautiful Things.

    In the end, bringing together a Portland-based ad agency, a Portland-based band and an Oregon-based cannabis company with its origins in music just made sense. But this partnership also calls back to the band’s origins. There’s no way to know for sure how the group landed on the name Portugal. The Man—deemed one of the worst band names ever by Noisey, Rolling Stone, and Esquire—but there’s a pretty good chance that weed had something to do with it.

    About Wieden+Kennedy
    Wieden+Kennedy, founded in Portland, Oregon, in 1982, is an independent, privately held global creative company with offices in Amsterdam, Delhi, London, New York City, Portland, São Paulo, Shanghai and Tokyo. Wieden+Kennedy has helped build some of the strongest global brands, including AB InBev, Coca-Cola, Delta Air Lines, Honda, Nike, Procter & Gamble, Samsung and Verizon.

    About Hifi Farms
    Based in Oregon, Hifi Farms is a Clean Green Certified™ craft cannabis cultivation company, recently called “the coolest cannabis company in Oregon” by Esquire Magazine. Started by four friends with a shared passion for music, socialprogress, and cannabis, Hifi Farms is partnership of purpose, creativity, and craft.

  2. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

    So I guess this is the new trend :sly:
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  3. honkytonk

    Narcissism on narcotics

    Hahahaha that name though
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  4. Arry

    it was all a dream Prestigious

    dumb, but girl scouts is tasty
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  5. Malatesta

    i may get better but we won't ever get well Prestigious

    i cant believe portugal the man smokes weed
  6. ARo24


    Do these bands feel more rocknroll for releasing weed products? This new trend is fucking stupid.
  7. Chinesefood


    They probably just enjoy smoking pot and thought it would be a cool idea.
  8. heymattrick

    Pool Boy at the Vampire Mansion

    Haha "pairs with their new single"
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  9. Anticitizen7

    Please be kind. Like actually kind though.

    Weird thing for people to be upset about.
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  10. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    I said it in the Sigur Ros thread, stop this nonsense. Don't use your band's name to profit from pot, c'mon. They are separate entities.
  11. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Idk, it just seems really narcissistic. There are already infinite combinations of strains and uses, so I don't like bands trying to profit from it. I DO give Snoop Dogg a pass.
  12. ConArdist

    Subgenres Should Die

    Maybe because I had to hide it for so long, I've smoked for 12 years. I live in Denver, but I still keep it low key and letting the world know is kinda pointless. We have enough sources for bud.
  13. lolfpcmlol


    Are you okay when bands release craft brews?
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  14. Chinesefood


    *three flame emojis*
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  15. ARo24


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  16. parkerxcore

    Somebody's gonna miss us Supporter

    If you don't like weed don't buy their product it's as simple as that.