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Mike Skinner’s lyrics are an ode to sesh culture and the return of nightclubs and pubs, opening: “First in the room, thirsting from noon / herbalist fumes, where’s me balloon? / Curse off the zoom”.
The chorus features a dirty bassline as Skinner sings “21st of June” and shouts “Who’s got the bag?!”
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Other lyrics include “Tooting on the Boris, smoking on the Rishi” and “The herds of the goons, the blur of perfume / reverse up the tune, birded off too soon”.
Speaking last March, Skinner said "It’s not cool to be 40, in a nightclub, getting off your face", adding that it's "very easy to not do that, and find a routine where it’s carrot juice and turmeric lattes every night rather than straight-up madness." The long stretch have lockdown appears to have got his mind straight back on the sesh.
The Streets frontman previously teased the song in a viral Instagram post last week which clock up more than 235,000 views and 53,000 likes.
The track has now been officially released. Listen below.