Who We Are is a Los Angeles based rock band consisting of Nikko Solorza, John Warren, Robby Craig, and Jeremy Greenberg. With members between the age of sixteen to twenty-five, this band is already on the road to success.
After all, their production team consists of extremely talented people, such as Johnny Young (Message To The Masses), Nick Morzov (Cartographer/The Night Game/Dan and Shay), and Kevin Thrasher (Escape The Fate).
Nikko’s father was diagnosed with cancer which brought up a lot of emotional problems for him. This situation takes on a big part of the meaning of the band's latest video, “Memory”, because it showcases the anxiety of growing up in a time of hardship and struggle.
In a collective statement, the band said, “This is a song trying to give people an inside look and a first-hand experience of what it’s like to be dying of cancer and watching someone you love die of cancer. The video depicts unnecessary conflicts in a household as wasted time of enjoying someone’s company that’s close to you."
With lyrics like, "This is killing me / Tell him I'm not leaving like the life is leaving me / Father of me / I am listening / I hear your voice is calling as I crawl through misery," and "If you are really out there / I hope you're listening / Send someone or send something to ease the suffering." you can feel the emotion of a person trying to cope and understand a difficult time.
You can listen to "Memory” on Who We Are‘s debut self-titled EP, Who We Are.
Check out their video for "Memory" below:
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