In this song front man Craig Finn recounts the story of attending a concert by 1980s American hardcore rock band Youth of Today where a fight breaks out and the band's lead singer Ray Cappo hands him a Hare Krishna leaflet. Finn explained to Pitchfork
how autobiographical the song actually is. Said Finn: "I did see those shows. Ray Cappo never tried to convert me into a Krishna, although one of his cohorts probably did. I think it was just about being wrapped up in this thing. Hardcore, at one point, meant everything to me. Now you look back, and I still think it's cool, but to some extent I grew out of it. Other things became a bigger priority for me. That chorus ends up with, 'Nobody wins at violent shows.' That's coming from the same thing. It's hard for me to imagine a show that you need to have a fight at, or anyone in the mindset of, 'Wow, I'm fighting at a show.' Or a show that you'd go to, a hardcore show, where there's six different fights. Things are out of perspective at that point."