There is a fragile balance in our modern societies between chaos and order, noise and silence, violence and calm, desperation and hope.
Amongst these opposing forces we struggle to find our place, alienated by the clash between an uncertain future and the nostalgia of the past.
Even surrounded by gray concrete buildings, the ticking of the office clock, or a swarm of smartphone screens, we can clearly see it from the corner of our eyes. It’s that bright memory of a Sunday afternoon on the beach when we were little, the smell of the sea, and the gentle breeze of June.
In that delicate equilibrium, within the forests of my mind, is where the music of Bosques de mi Mente is born.