“If we are witnessing the end of a certain era in the history of humankind, the question is, what comes next? How will we change as society and how will it affect our reality?,” Jakobsen asks.
Project Sapiens launched a new music video with authentic Warsaw Uprising photographs to their latest single titled “Uprising” in November 2018. Jakobsen went on telling:
“Uprising is a story inspired by the tragic events that took place in 1944 in Warsaw and had a long-lasting impact on the development of the nation. It’s a sensitive subject due to questionable reasoning for taking the decision to start the fight, which resulted in around two hundred thousand casualties and destruction of the capital city of Poland...’”
The EP is a compilation of stories inspired by the past, present, and the future, which ultimately focus on how does an individual deal with all these global or personal dramas. As Jakobsen explains:
“You’ve got the title track, which is rooted in anxiety caused by the global change. It’s followed by an aggressive ‘Uprising,' which is a reflection on the tragic events of the Warsaw uprising of 1944. 'My Prison Cell’ is a story of an internal struggle focusing on how an individual fails to deal with self-inflicted pain and self-acceptance. ‘Anger,’ on the other hand, takes a little turn and looks into the outside world through the glasses of a person, who cannot deal with acts of violence. I wrote this song shortly after the wave of terrorist attacks in Europe, which shattered my sense of security and left me slightly paranoid trying to comprehend acts of terror and aggression... The closing track ‘Keepers of the Realm’ takes the listener from our earthly problems into space. It reflects on the nature and the future of mankind, possibilities for space colonization, and eternal life. If it reads confusing, go ahead and give the EP a listen.”
Music about everything that is human.
Progressive Metal from Copenhagen.
Music and Lyrics: Poul Jakobsen
Vocals: Mads Rahbæk
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