If you happen to’re like me, you bought barely excessive final evening after which proceeded to look at the whole third season of Tim Robinson’s bugged-out Netflix sketch-comedy shoe I Assume You Ought to depart. If you happen to’re like me, you laughed extraordinarily onerous, presumably waking up different members of your loved ones, whereas additionally feeling such as you had been going insane. And if you happen to’re like me, you then heard a really catchy track throughout certainly one of Robinson’s sketches, and also you thought to your self, “Wait, do I do know this track?” It did not even happen to you that what you had been listening to was a brand new Turnstile track, however that’s what was taking place.
The fought episode of the brand new I Assume You Ought to Depart Season has a sketch referred to as Youngsters’s Choir, and that sketch has a track referred to as “Listening.” It’s credited to the Every thing-You-Is aware of, nevertheless it’s actually Turnstile. Spoilers forward for this paragraph solely: Tim Robinson and Biff Wiff, the man who performed Detective Crashmore on the present’s final season, play “shirt brothers” who meet one another at a fourth-grade choir recital. Wiff asks Robinson for assist, revealing that he’s simply trashed a complete classroom as a result of he’s heard a brand new track that’s gotten him “all fucked up.” The refrain goes like this: “Every thing you recognize is all only for present/ I don’t wanna go on listening/ Fits and ties, feed me lies/ I don’t wanna go on listening.” Wiff hears that and thinks that guidelines now not apply in any respect.
It seems that Tim Robinson and Turnstile have been buddies for a number of years, and there’s an entire lot of photographic evidence of them hanging out collectively. Turnstile’s track is fairly nice! It doesn’t sound very similar to earlier Turnstile songs, however as soon as you recognize it’s them, you possibly can’t unhear it. Right here’s the track itself, with out the sketch connected:
Netflix has shared the lyrics, which you’ll be able to learn right here. You’ll be able to hear the track in context of the episode by heading over right here and leaping to the 9:30 mark, or you possibly can simply watch the TikTok beneath.
One other Tim Robinson pal with a track within the new season is Christian Lee Hutson, who beforehand coated the I Assume You Ought to Depart track “Bones Are Their Cash.” He did the brand new track “Is This It” for the “Sitcom Taping” sketch.