Low Pulse Project presents A Uosemo the new single written, composed and produced by Daniele De Cario.
A dubstep/hip hop song inspired by current events and that DeCa describes testually:
I’ve written this song while I was on the LA metro subway. I was surrounded by people wearing uniforms. Some of them displaying working badges on their jackets. Most of them wearing headphones, focusing on phones or tablets. There were no expressions on their faces. It was early evening. They probably were getting off from work.
I’ve got the feeling of being surrounded by automata.
This scene inspired me the lyrics for “A uosemo” which in Neapolitan means ” going by instinct”. Just like dogs.
Today’s reality is like that: people are treated like dogs.
They believe to be free. Actually they aren’t.
They just act like hunting dogs feeling freedom only when they are unleashed to catch the prey to please and satisfy their master.
In this globalized world people get the illusion to be free.
They look for a job to make money in order to buy things proposed by advertising.
Their goal is purchasing a subscription to watch movies, or buying the best car on the market or the best mobile phone.
Therefore as soon as they earn money they will give them back to their master.
Satisfaction is a mirage. It is an ephemeral happiness that lasts until the purchase of the next item.
I have written and sung A Uosemo first in Neapolitan, then in Spanish which is the most spoken language in the world.
I have chosen Spanish also because I deeply respect latin languages that belong to my roots and which I do not intend to forget because it belongs to my inheritance as well as to that of all of us and of the world.
A Uosemo is a song which has no claim other than to describe the real pitiful status of today’s human being who instead of improving follows a process of involution both interior and exterior.
I hope that humans will soon wake up and start to think with their own minds.”