This is what I sing about, out of tune.
There’s ways to talk about class without closing things down or rather, to ask about what kind of encounters happen when we’re all together (really, when we’re all together), and that toast bread and the singing (acapella), a kind of coming through, but grunt grunt grunt.
This is what I sing about, out of tune, the afterparty.
Samuel Kennedy is reclaiming a space, thinking about its user, karaoke and its politics (poetics), those dicks don’t stand a chance, this is beautiful, it’s about family and loves and being there again, or maybe coming back there, that’s tough.
This is what I sing about, out of tune, let’s sing together.