The folky track is accompanied by a wonderful video directed by the band’s Rebecca Taylor, its message is poignant and the delivery is succinct. It feels heartened and authentic with a warm glow the band are known for.
Taylor says the video is about “the social scenes of my life I ruin by looking at the Internet,”. She continues “I spend every day bombarding myself with information and opinions that aren’t always my own. And when I carry them into real life I feel foolish because half the time the words aren’t mine. The song is also a display of my mind. The way I am up and down- all go mad mania and then literally nothing- shackled to my bed. I’m learning to get used to it and there’s something about this record that is soothing – I’m being open about the unglamorous side of myself. Which I also happen to find funny. So I’m comfortable with how tragi-lol I am and I want to welcome everyone in.”
Taken form the album One Day All of This Won’t Matter Anymore the track is rich and textured, and compounded by the simple but affecting video.