The centrepiece of Raise Vibration, this nearly eight-minute track was partly inspired by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida, where former student Nikolas Cruz killed 17 students and staff members. It finds Kravitz reflecting on corporate greed, political corruption, racism, environmentalism, the Middle East and war.
"It talks about what's going on today, from racial problems, police mortality, war and environmental problems," the singer told UK newspaper The Sun. "It deals with so many different things, but it's just what's happening. Not just with Trump, but globally."
"Everyone is messing everyone around and governments seem to think war is the answer to disputes," Kravitz added, "People are standing up and wanting things to change."