TUNE 7 Days In Alaska - WARZONE
As we earlier have stated we wanted to go through topics on this new upcoming album that we found interesting in the times that we're living in.
This album will very much speak about humans and human behaviour, in a general sense.
With our first single " I Can't Eat Money " we talked about the state of planet earth and the whole environmental issue.
With "Hollywood" we wanted to talk about dreams. Broken dreams. And how humans have a way of finding strength to keep moving forward, even when the sensible thing to do is to give up.
It's rather interesting how humans can do great things even if everything is pointing against us, it's very easy to forget in times like these.
"Hollywood" was also very much told from a personal perspective, as it's based on a true story.
With "Warzone" we're talking about one of the most dangerous and oldest things humans do, fight.
It's A song about war. It's A song about rage. It's A song about rising up and striking back.
We wanted it to sound like a movie trailer, if that makes sense. On its own it's a cool modern rock anthem that will make you do that last rep in the gym,
Win that next round in your favorite video game or give you that last little kick you need to go and get what you want in life.
Although it does those things we also added a small conversation between "Martin and Christer" at the end of the song.
Something to kinda flip the lyrics around and ask a question that we found necessary for the upcoming album.
Most people will probably not even notice the conversation and what's being said.. But nevertheless the whole conversation is about if fighting is really necessary.
For as long as humans have been, we have fought each other. There's rarely anything good that comes out of it. And it takes so many innocent lives.
It's important to remember our past mistakes. Not as individuals. But as a race that shares the same planet. As humans.
The wole point is to try to give people a reminder that you're allowed to be mad. You're allowed to feel that this world has gone insane and that you want to fight back.
But war is rarely the answer to our problems. War only provokes war.