"Blanko"—sessiOnroad'scarrier for the album "bakit hindi?" talks about the empty sentiment we feelwhenever there's too much thought in one's mind. The duality of the idea isnoteworthy since a blank mind can only be achieved by filtering out the noise andnonsense that invades our everyday thinking; or by simply ignoring actuality,being inattentive, and being lost in thought completely.
The song attempts lyrically to personify a certain fleeting emotion, whetherit's something universal like love and rapture or something mundane, likeboredom and despair. The verses address on how people become easily impassionedby something that they feel is all consuming. The definition of such a responseis wildly immense. Different people have different speculations and ideas onthings but what the song suggests is that there is an acknowledgement to thefeeling of emptiness.
What better way to start the mind than an impression of peace and serenity?
"Blanko" is meditative, wishful, apologetic, and giving to all emotionalconquests. It is a song that attempts to sway people into a mood which isreflective, a testament on how they treat their lives accordingly. It sharesthe power of dreaming and suggests a little of making amends: atonement, a warmembrace, and safeguarding beautiful memories. "Blanko" shares to listeners astraight-out musing to all who wants to be in touch with a consciousness whichis suitable and attuned to our ever changing world.