Published Jun 03, 2014What will the world be like in 2091? Neko Case answers that question with her comedically dystopian new song "These Aren't the Droids" with Kelly Hogan.
The song is a slightly chaotic, bouncy piano rock ditty about how the future will be run by teenage boys. The surreal lyric sheet includes lots of references to Comic-Con, body hair and futuristic sex robots, ending with Case and Hogan suggesting that they grow their own men in a lab.
Hear it below [via Paste].
This is part of the comedy benefit album 2776, which is due out on July 4. We've previously heard Aimee Man's contribution to the album. Other participants include Will Forte, Ed Helms, Yo La Tengo, Andrew W.K., Robert Smigel, Martha Plimpton, Ira Glass, Eugene Mirman, and Paul F. Tompkins. It's available to order here.