The song « Darkness » by Stewart Copeland can be understood as the struggle of being famous and always visible and moving. But one can relate to it on another level: depression and even suicide.
It’s the last track on Ghost In The Machine, the fourth studio album by the Police, released in 1981.
I wish I never woke up this morning Life was easy when it was boring
Hello Darkness, my old Friend
In the counterculture movements of the 1960s, the phrase “sound of silence” can be compared to other more commonly used turns of phrase such as “turning a deaf ear” often associated with the detachment experienced with impersonal large governments.Wikipedia