Season 2 Episode 3

Album: How to Be a Human Being (2016)

Songfacts®:

  • This song is about a girl who spends her days lounging around watching cartoons on TV and scoffing breakfast cereal:

    Lazy, you're lyin' on your belly
    With a super porp cola
    Lookin' at your phone in clothes
    You've worn for three days over
    With a cookie as a coaster


    Frontman Dave Bayley told Paste magazine: "Everyone knows someone like the character from this song. If you don't, then it's you."
  • Bayley said in a post on Facebook:

    "There are lots of references to different psychedelic cartoons and old video games in this one. Including Adventure Time.

    Sonically we tried to make sounds that would have been floating around in the character's brain…sounds that could have been in those cartoons and video games."
  • A short instrumental segment of the song was featured in Apple's Shot on iPhone by Linda H commercial.

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