Composed for an unusual documentary on suicide (Don't Change The Subject), a big sound and sort of like U2/Pink Floyd/Phish. The lyrics are meant to deglamorize suicide (Kurt Cobain and Sylvia Plath being the worst) and try to remind people considering ending their lives that it's final, and everybody left behind will not think of you as the person you were, but just the person that killed him-/herself.
Story Behind the Song
We needed two songs for use in the movie, needed to be written beforehand. I was going to Europe right before production so we had just a couple of days for me to write it and us to record the basic tracks for use. (We later did re-mix after the movie's completion months later.) But the speediness really helped us keep things simple and grand sounding.