Independent singer-songwriter Mick Blankenship debuted the video for his latest single this week.
Blankenship debuted the video for his song ‘Rule The World‘ Monday. The video places Blankenship and his fellow musicians in the backdrop of a vacant warehouse as they perform the song.
There are specific scenes in which Blankenship stands in front of a hole-filled wall through which beams of light shine as he sings. While it might not be the same set, that scene is very similar to scenes from the video for Korn’s classic song ‘Freak on a Leash.’
The musical arrangement featured in Blankenship’s new single is a heavy, guitar-driven work that will appeal to fans of Disturbed. Its lyrical content takes on the familiar topics of media and social media influence on the world, according to Blankenship.
“’Rule the World’ is a cold, hard, unapologetic perspective that many people (especially our youth) are being manipulated and controlled by the media,” he said. “We now live in a time where we blindly sacrifice our dignity and who we are for social media views. Sadly, many people find their “self worth” in the amount of post likes that they get. We have become so addicted to social media that we are willing to do almost anything to become what they call [famous].”
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