Colorful with inspiration from travels, "Waylalah" is a transportive listen that takes one, not only to the North but also home. Striking the heart with the poignancy of the motivator behind the track, it is explained:
''We can imagine a poor child who is very surprised by the individualistic society in which he lives, and the bitter reality of people who pass by the misery of others without lifting a finger to help them.”
With this track, Synapson and Bab L'Bluz wish to remind us that it is by getting together that we will save ourselves.
The best part is that, through travels, we are brought sounds in "Waylalah" that we generally don't get the opportunity to hear very often. On it, there are recordings of the Peul flute, the Qraqeb, and the electronic Awisha, typical instruments of the Maghreb regions.
I hope you enjoy.