killthelogo – The Warehouse Moguls (Official Music Video)

09 juin 2021 - 876 vues

After releasing our debut single in January 2021, here’s the second tune by ‘killthelogo’: ‘The Warehouse Moguls’.

Available on all digital platforms: https://killthelogo.lnk.to/thewarehousemogulsFA

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Credits:
Warehouse Moguls - by killthelogo
(p) & © killthelogo under exclusive license to [PIAS] Recordings Belgium

Produced by Jo Francken (jofrancken.be) & killthelogo
Tracking by killthelogo at prunesandspoons.com, blackoutstudio.be & the garage
Mixed by David Bottrill (davidbottrill.com)
Mastered by João Carvalho (joaocarvalhomastering.com)

Concept & video production by SETh production/Sven Leyemberg & killthelogo
Camera, editing and post-production by SETh production/Sven Leyemberg


About ‘Warehouse Moguls’:
This is a song about the big shot sociopaths. The self-proclaimed enlightened entrepreneurs. The fake advocates of change and social revolution that brutally protect the status quo through oppression, corruption, discreditation, human rights abuses and even military action.

If only 8 people (yes, eight) currently own and manage 50% of all global wealth, it may be time to acknowledge that the system is truly broken. And that there is no fixing it without aiming for the linchpins. If we neutralise the controlling effects of the 1% richest people on this planet, redistributing and reallocating their wealth to the social and ecological benefit of us all, we will eventually tip the scales into balance.

Everything is warehoused these days: from nano-chips to humans. Apparently our value is measured by the same parameters used for raw materials. But we are real people! How fast can our desperate energy be converted into wealth? And how fast can this wealth be extracted from our reach? Someone is responsible, but no one is held accountable.