Friction the Pain
Bluekarma's "The Friction, The Pain" is a dream manifested into reality. Bluekarma's anti-cooperate and unique approach to the entertainment industry is raising eyebrows. The album entitled "The Friction, The Pain" is focused around the individual talents of each member of the group, and symbolizes a loss of freedom in a fear driven society. The production of their album was from their own hard earned money over a period of 2 and a half years in studios throughout the mid-west. "A journey of emotion that touches on current event politics, spirituality, heartbreak, and an unbelievable charge of inspiration to change the world for the better. A wake up call to the youth that anything is possible after you understand your obstacles." says lyricist Jeremy Watson. " We are ready, we need our music out to people and the best way possible to make that happen will present itself." There has been a heavy personal price tag to realize their dreams, but they know their efforts will pay off by reaching millions of people on stages around the world, and encourage change; like other charitable and successful bands such as U2 and Pearl Jam. They prove that anything is possible with passion, integrity and with the mid-west hard-working mentality necessary to achieve. This message of hope is hidden deep within the music and now their leap of faith into their own dreams is sure to make anyone feel good about going against traditional means and making dreams happen. Small-town mid-west dreams facing true big-time reality is Bluekarma's "The Friction, The Pain".