We are currently living in a world where human beings are bearing civil wars on the inside and rubbing eyeballs with less than fortunate circumstances. Pouring his life, heart and soul into giving back and intrinsic goodness, Bay Area Artist, Eric Anders, has released a compelling new music video for his track, “The Fire Has Burned Too Long”.
The neat fences that box in play-it-safers are trapping the minds of brilliant individuals and emerging voices that are stifled and rooted in belief systems that are crippling their individual existence along with the lives of individuals that long for their greatness. Maximizing his ability to take one for the team and further expose mass society to the human chaos entrenched within streets brimming of economic disorganization and social upheaval, “The Fire Has Burned Too Long” warrants further consideration and food for thought pertaining to the severity of traumatizing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual poverty seemingly within our immediate surroundings. Unafraid to endure and encounter harrowing pain and potentially enormous consequences, Eric Anders lyrically confronts the arch nemesis that has both curdled our blood and enlivened our desire to create a kinder and brighter world at the deepest core of our being.
“The Fire Has Burned Too Long” is a track that leaves listeners questioning their world of ostensible safety and simultaneously yearning to accept personal accountability for their inner capacity to create change within themselves which in turn gradually leads to a better world. The current tensions, despair, and mayhem that the world is encountering are messy, torturesome, agonizing, and real, and Eric Anders is an artist who challenges predictability and refuses to not blissfully ignore or cherry-pick what he chooses to face in life.
Eric Anders has chosen to share his unique musical medicine through the development of versatility which has led to broadened borders leading to life-enhancing experiences and influential exposure to the reality of the world that we live in. Bloody yet unbowed, check out the bold musical gifts that Eric Anders has to offer.