This is just the beginning of a long journey for Inside the Far. It's our life's mission to help people through our music and that is why we donate a portion of our earnings to charities. Our hope is that you may have an interest in thinking about life and making the world a better place. What we've gathered about life so far is that you're much like us, yet so very different. It's so intriguing to us that there is an undeniable inner connection we unique individuals have with one another while seeming so very distant in so many ways. This is why we call ourselves Inside the Far. We write music to reconnect, to inspire thought in a world so thoughtless and to perhaps, dare we say..."Spin" for "The Future". We as artists have a job to express our views as we see them. "Spin" is about our world being in a dark, angry, hateful state with many indications that our societies are building a future with low self-esteem at the forefront. Yet it seems that very few want to address or even recognize this epidemic. 'Spin' begins in the darkness with a plea for freedom from such things so that people who have dreams may 'seize the sky' since the sky is the limit. Some may see lyrics like these as hokey or mushy or even trite, and that is fine. But keep in mind, historically our world was built on such ideas as the sky being the limit and that's why the lyric exists in our songs. As the songs progress, we face low self-esteem in 'Anomalia' with lyrics such as 'per lei devo ringraziare dio' which is Italian meaning 'for you I must thank God'. The use of languages other than English is paramount for expressing a global interest. 'Spin' takes the listener from the anger to cutting away such darkness, becoming transparent to the world and focusing on life 'becoming something solar' or in other words something brighter and better. We close out 'Spin' with 'The Future'. It's a song that simply says if we as a people or you as an individual are going to have a future; "show the world love". As the lyrics evolve from hatred to love, the mood of the music transcends leaving you optimistic in a world where pessimism and cynicism seems to flourish and is indeed "a true and strong fight".