Written, composed, produced and sung by Ammar Farooki, the music video for his original song ‘Caveman’ was released on August 31st. In collaboration with Taimur Salahuddin aka Mooroo, the mind-blowing video was shot in the remote location of Gilgit-Baltistan, and displays some of the best kept and most majestic natural secrets. It is a quite refreshingly shot video, which appeals to you more because of its simplicity and the raw lyrics. Whoever has not listened to this track is surely missing out on something incredible. Here are 3 reasons why you should listen to ‘Caveman’. The lyrics are relatable ‘Caveman’ is about estrangement and the recognition that people can let you down. The singer seems like he is confused about life and choices, and he finds himself very much alone. We all go through this in our lives when we don’t feel accepted and understood. The song is kind of depressing, but at the same time peaceful. “I’m just a caveman, I’m out of my depth, Pulled into these waters when all I know is land” It is unique ‘Caveman’has a distinctive vibe about it, it isn’t the to-dance-on type songs and neither is it one of those slow-paced romantic ones. It is simply unique. It’s the kind of song you listen to on repeat. It can help you feel better I don’t know the song’s literal meaning, but last night I was home alone, it was midnight. When ‘Cavemen’ started playing on my phone, I couldn’t help but smile and sing along. If you’re feeling down in the dumps and you’re going through a miserable time, I suggest you to listen to this track, because it lets you know that someone else at some point was going through something similar to what you’re going through. ‘Caveman’ was produced at Riot Studios by Farhad Humayun. The genre of the track is alternative rock and it features Humayun on drums, Sameer Ahmed on bass and Sarmad Ghafoor on lead guitar.