'An Index of Air': Our love of progressive rock rears its nerdy head again, not in how we play but in the three-section song format. We listen to a lot of King Crimson, Yes, and Genesis. 'Watcher of the Clouds,' the third section, is named after a Genesis song on "Foxtrot." 'Divinations,' the first movement, is a lot of noise and droning building up that breaks into 'Air Structures,' which is the name of a sought-after bootleg 2xLP of Brian Eno and Robert Fripp doing live tracks from "No Pussyfooting." The final portion of the track shifts into 'Watcher of the Clouds' and the main vocals are handled by my wife Erica Burgner-Hannum (The Holy Circle) and Dana is on pedal steel again here. This track delves more into how we cannot control all of the elements even if we wanted to, the air is immense and in the end gets the best of us even with our additions. There's a lot about immortality in this song too. I kept thinking of the title of this Damien Hirst sculpture 'The Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living'—it's a tiger shark in formaldehyde.