I loved Superman when I was a kid. I’d pretend to be him: flying around the house in my undies, super strength to beat up the bad guys, coming just in time to save the day. Whenever someone was in trouble, Superman always came to the rescue. He was my hero. Even if he wasn’t real.
Society tells us that the game of life has winners and losers: the have’s and the have not’s. It screams that human lives have varying degrees of worth based on their “powers”, their influence, finances, possessions, abilities, etc. That kind of subconscious ecosystem is amplified and made apparent by social media; it changes the way we perceive each other’s value because it distorts the perception we have of ourselves, too. We feel good as long as other people think our lives look good. Even if it isn’t real.
It’s easy to start believing the idea that we are whatever the world says we are. But that’s a lie and the true villain of this story- a project dedicated to people whose only superpower is just making it through a day. This is a soundtrack to saving your own life. And it’s real.
Whenever you’re in need of a hero, remember it’s you. But I hope this helps.
This is SUPERLOSER: Save the Day.