Singled Out: The Warriors

Today Marshall from The Warriors tells us about "The Enforcer" from their brand new album "See How You Are," which hits stores next week. Here is the story:

This song is based on the role society plays in the big picture. The lyrics for most of the song are from the point of view of "The Enforcer." The Enforcer is an idea I had that depicts the views we have on certain groups of people, fashion, humanity, acceptance, what is cool and what is not, how skinny or fat your ass needs to be in order to be loved or paid attention to, what foods and supplements need to be taken in order to obtain the body you think everybody wants, wanting what you think everybody needs and needing what everybody thinks they want. All of these things are projected from the media, TV, magazines, billboards, the net, models, actors, and they cast down judgment about things that really should not matter in life. Once you realize this all of these people, ideas, and things will become a collaborated melting pot of s***. You will begin to see things differently in a new light.

The whole idea of this song is to think better and realize the bulls*** that is being shoved down your throat is not worth your time of day. Thinking and living for yourself in a new light to determine the life you choose is a vital part of what makes us individuals. Hanging onto this idea is valuable. I believe that hanging onto your individualism is essential in order to be happy. Always do what works for you and no one else in order to obtain true happiness. Everything else is just a distraction. Walk like a warrior.

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