Revelations & Revolutions
"Revelations & Revolutions" is the innocent joy of discovering old music giving way to bittersweet love lost and feeling invisible; “Got a phone call yesterday, turns out I’m dead”.
The chorus “Revelations and revolutions, the sweetest song sung by an enemy” is unrequited and unfulfilled; “Now I have something collateral as a keepsake”. The breakdown is the musical equivalent of picking yourself up off the floor and starting again.
Henry Supermercado spits the words from the first half of the song in an entirely different sonic context, before the song bounces around several minor planets with a bumpy landing.more