Album: Sci-Fi Crimes (2009)


  • This was the first single to be taken from Illinois based rock band Chevelle's fifth studio album, Sci-Fi Crimes.
  • Drummer Sam Loeffler told Vancouver radio station 99.3 The Fox that this song's subject matter reflects the quirky themes of Sci-Fi Crimes. He explained that the song is a "kind of play on words. It's saving the environment. It's a joke about saving the environment and it's about literally taking the earth, and putting it into jars to save it for later. It's very tongue in cheek."

Comments: 3

  • Angel from Gearheart, OrMy fav song <3<3<3 keep it going chevelle :D
  • Dinko from That Place, Iahahaha, putting the earth into jars. i wish. this song is fricken sweet :) chevelle rocks
  • Sherbert from Middletown, Ctsweet first comment! love this song
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