With its deliberately sloppy grungy guitars and warbling out-of-control vocals, this track feels like it may fall apart at any moment, but the Chicago rockers somehow manage to keep it on track, even if it is careening on two wheels. Prefer your music to be a smooth ride? Buy a stairlift.
‘Funeral home, church, church, liquor store’. If Saba sounds like’s simply listing random buildings during the hook, that’s because, well, he is. Inspired by sights on a bus ride through his local neighbourhood, you really get a feel of how tired the Chicago rapper is with the state of the streets and the repetitive nature of it all. The beat helps to encapsulate this sense of melancholy lethargy. Which in less arty-farty terms means this beat is fire bro!