Incredible diversification starts in the heart of one. You. And it’s always been, you. The world belongs only in the soul of who can control in the body, mind, efforts. A living embodiment of what can and cannot.
Jordan Laser’s consuming single, ‘Battleship’, envisages the dynamic incursions of battles within battles; wars out of wars. A calamitous invasion, trying its best to negate and crumble the walls of one’s truth and vigor.
“I think it’s a song about both disillusionment and acceptance. On the one hand, the fantasy of who you wanted someone to be has caught up with the reality of who they really are and that’s an incredibly painful realisation. On the other hand, you’re accepting your fate … you’ve chosen this and so there’s some part of you that is coming into a state of grace about that.”
But it’s still your battle field. You control it. The vast plains of death and destruction can be seen through the kaleidoscope of reason and clarity.
You have your inner most enemies on the run.
Let the cannon smoke clear.