Ground control to Major Tom, commencing countdown, engines on, check ignition, and may God’s love be with you. This is a little bit of a song called Space Oddity and was released by David Bowie, in 1972. This song talks about an astronaut in orbit, being called to attend to the ground control, where they await futile news about his journey. Alone, floating in the space around your spaceship, he makes some comments about the blue earth, asks the ground control to send a love message to his wife, and turnsoff the contact. For UP N’ GO this is the meaning of its entire musical journey: freedom to write and play its own songs, to use its own clothes, to express its own feelings.
Believing in themselves is the great pillar that supports the members of UP N’ GO as a united and unique band. Luccas, Romeo, Gabriel, Paddys and Phill live together, talk to each other all the time, fight sometimes, they are accomplices to their own mistakes, and together correct themselves day after day. They believe in themselves. But most of all, they’re a real brotherhood. They’re what their songs are, and their songs have the freedom to be spread across the space. A spaceship full of talent, of dreams, of hope, but, above all, a spaceship overflowing hard work and much love for what they do. At the end of the game, I think that the freedom to be yourself is the secret to lift off.