“Dia Frampton is a friend of a friend. She came by and we had a great conversation, so we said, ‘Hey, let’s try doing something together.’She brought a real skeleton version of the track, just her on acoustic guitar at a little faster tempo, kind of folky. As soon as she got through three lines, we were like, ‘Fuck, that’s amazing!’ Her voice sounds so nice.
“We attacked the song with great fervor and energy. We thought it was so great to hear Dia’s emotion – she’s expressing the internal struggle of the person she’s talking to. She’s so sweet in peson, but man, she's got a lot of big, beautiful power in that voice.
“We borrowed an old-school ARP Sequencer 1601 from a friend of ours to go along with our ARP 2600. We had it all hooked up, and I came into the studio one day and turned everything on. There was some combination of what I worked on the night before, and maybe I hit the wrong button or something – it made this crazy sound that I just loved. It was this bizarre spinning loop sound. I hooked everything up and recorded it. There’s a lot of cool, angry, ornery sounds with a lot of personality on this track.”