San Francisco, California – JANUARY 26, 2021 – Modern entertainment, now fueled by memes and sea shanties, is inspiring people to leave their computers and interact with the real world through marine conservation efforts. The new movement started on social media and has quickly risen to be one of the funniest new internet sensations of the last year. This affluent group of content creators has already gained a foothold in Silicon Valley, rubbing elbows with some notable members of the Hollywood elite, as well as spurning action from social trend setters across the globe. With strong support from Australia to Hawaii, their focus revolves around inspiring people to clean up litter from beaches and parks.
After months of quarantine, over 3 million Facebook users have flocked to an ever-growing pantheon of satire groups on Facebook with names like ‘Crustacean memes for crabby fiends’, ‘Great Memes of the Sea’, ‘Plans to create and worship our leviathan lobster god’, and ‘A group where we all pretend to be ants in an ant colony’ which now has over 1.9 million followers alone. “Weird Facebook has been taking over for years and the time was right for us to get serious about our fun during the peak of the 2020 pandemic” said producer, Mark Sandstorm. Each group creates their own unique characters and stories that are rich with lore. Much like one would find in a popular video game franchise, comic book, or sci-fi television series.
One aspect of the network that stands out most is that the massive following boasts an astounding post reach. They can very effectively get a clear [funny] message out to the masses because popular posts can receive hundreds of thousands of individual impressions, reactions, comments, and shares in a single day. With each average user having over 325 connections on Facebook alone, LeviathanLobsterGod.com can now really make a difference using social media.
When we spoke with Grammy-winning record producer and synthesizer guru, Robert Margouleff, he mentioned that “Millennials get most of their news from comedians. Leviathan Lobster God is leveraging a strong method for gaining attention in a time where most conservation efforts tend to have a sad or dismal tone which often pushes people away from getting involved with good causes. The ability to inspire people with humor is changing how we, as a society, interact. Memes and immersive content will undoubtedly continue to evolve and shape the future of the planet”.