Captain's Log Day 36547
I can't help but feel floaty, floaty in an astronomical sense, floaty in an emotional sense, and floaty in a timely sense.
This song does something to my understanding of time...it warps it! Ironically, for a song all about the next day, getting to the next day and pushing through, or even possibly not at all — it gets my idea of time all loopy.
The song is spacey like the track was put through a teleporter and the resulting noise of the atomizing and stretched composition was recorded, sampled, and overlayed. If put into a more understandable (but entertainingly similar in pretense) way: I feel like this was the exact sound that went through Major Tom's head as they warped into the vastness of space. It has a hanging uncertainty to it — a beautifully unsettling joy and yet underplayed sadness that I haven't heard in a Chet Faker song for a while.
I hope to hear more of this spacey, warped sound from them as I'm sure Major Tom is still waiting for the transmission back from Tomorrow.