After a successful debut album run with ‘Chaos // Despair’ being featured on various International Magazines and Radio Stations such as Metal Hammer, Prog Magazine, Rolling Stone India, the Yatin Srivastava Project spent most of their time in 2018/19 writing new material for what would become Album #2.
With nothing more than a single ‘Shape Without Form’ in 2019, the band is back from a creative hiatus with their brand new release ‘all we ever wanted was nothing.’ Inspired heavily by the social unrest in India during late 2019 and early 2020, the song is probably the heaviest to come out of their catalogue. At the helm, Yatin Srivastava explains how the song became in a sense a response to all the hatred and violence surrounding India at the time. But at the same time, the song is meant to be a uniting force in which even the helpless can feel some sense of hope.
The same sentiment is showcased in the Production, with ear-shattering drums, jaw-dropping Bass and Guitar sounds, only to be complemented by the ethereal synths roaming all over the stereo spectrum. This is also the first song to see composer Yatin Srivastava sing on a Yatin Srivastava Project song.