I don’t know how to drive, and I usually had to go out late at night to the studio, so I was frequently in cabs. I did a major portion of my brainstorming and lyric work inside cabs. The view looking out from the window of a moving car, or the sound of a talk show on the car radio … all of these things made me see the COLLECTIVE LONELINESS of people everywhere. All within a singular space. Many people seem to be reading into the song as something autobiographical, but I intended it for all people suffering from desolation.
- Tablo, speaking about Airbag in the Fever’s End Commentary Film
One of my favourite quotes and just some of the story behind this blog’s name.
Happy Birthday Tablo