Opus Vitae searches for hope in the future with “Rich Man”

Los Angeles based indie rock artist Opus Vitae is here today with a heavy mind but also a lot of hope for the future, with his contemplative new song “Rich Man.” The track debuted by way of Variance Magazine, who praised the song’s “brisk production with Vitae’s buttery vocals.”

“Rich Man” explores the meaning behind two words that are simple in etymology but triggering and complex in context of modern America. Banah, aka Opus Vitae, uses “Rich Man” to question the current state of affairs and to cope with life in quarantine. Ultimately though, Banah is seeking hope.

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“‘Rich Man’ is a song of hope for the future. As the opening line says, the future is the power of love. Without exception, and despite any uncertainty that ‘future’ will be different, and it will be greater than the past. In a world where money and action talk, now we find ourselves in a time of pause; where these deeper questions have arisen. That is why this is a song of hope; for no matter what the question or state of the world (pandemic or not) we are forever becoming more, and forever better for it.”