"I prefer to keep everything simple, neat and to the point. The director and I kicked around a few different video concepts but eventually settled on the idea of a professor lecturing a small class. The important factor for me was the casting. I love how it comes off like "The Breakfast Club" movie. That was me back in school. The underground effects are symbolic to the music and the content of the lyrics. These aren't things being taught to society on the surface. This song is telling how resources might change over time from civilization to civilization, but the greed of people remains the same. Wars, colonization and enslavement are, and always were, about natural resources. Whoever controls the resources has the power."
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