The track is a fitting ode to a nearby convenience store (RIP).
On their latest single ‘Bye Bye Big Bear’, Toronto rock trio and CLOUT favourites The Dirty Nil continue to showcase their fuzzy alternative rock sound and penchant for crafting huge, catchy melodies.
The track has this inescapable sense of magnitude to it, aided largely by the gargantuan scale of its chorus, one that is sure to stick with you for long after your listen. The track is written in memory of a convenience store parking lot they gazed upon from their second-floor bathroom window, but to them, it served as something much more all-encompassing than that. A trash-strewn asphalt stage where seemingly every element of the human experience played out like a never-ending theatrical production. The track feels like a fitting ode to such a place, neither the track or the place it seems, will leave the memories of those who came into contact with them.