I've been listening to this song on repeat ever since I caught Yeasayer
live at The Meadows Festival
this weekend. I liked it a lot when they dropped their latest album earlier this year, Amen & Goodbye,
but hearing it live a few months later rekindled the flame. When Chris Keating, Ira Wolf Tuton, and Anand Wilder all sang the lyrics together, there was a great energy and it seemed pretty effortless. The recorded track - whether you've heard it live or not - is also great. It's a good song to creepily bob your head to (yes, I'm picturing a creepy head bob, not a fun Night At The Roxbury
one, it's not that kind of song) as you walk down the streets of Brooklyn.