On gloomy, lukewarm Saturdays like today I enjoy listening to some slow, calming music and The National happily obliges me. Whether the relevance of the title of this song is at all applicable to the current situation in Libya, which floats around in my mind more and more each day, this remains to be one of my favorite songs from this fantastic indie group. For those who haven't yet fully introduced themselves to The National should take time and immerse themselves in Boxer, it's a truly remarkable album. As for me I'll sink into my bed and enjoy Boxer for the rest of the day. Cheers.