This guitar-heavy track finds a manic Laura Jane Grace
grappling with her emotions over clashing cymbals. Grace penned the tune after a "profound" museum visit while the band were in Spain. She told TeamRock:
"Last May we were on tour in Europe and I woke up on the bus in Bilboa, Spain. There were a couple of hours to kill before soundcheck so we all went to the Guggenheim.
I've never been as moved by an art museum experience before. I can't even begin to explain how profound it was to me. In that moment, I really just felt how truly lucky I was to be there in Spain, on tour with my band, travelling, playing music, having adventures – living.
The lyrics were inspired by exhibits there at the Guggenheim – 150 Marilyns is an Andy Warhol painting, The Renowned Orders Of The Night is a painting by Anselm Kiefer, while The Tarot Garden is a reference to Nikki De Saint Phalle.
I came back from the museum and wrote the song after soundcheck. The band had actually all left so I made a stage hand sit down behind the drums and work it out with me!"