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It’s impossible for us to separate the songs we’re writing from what’s going on in the world. In a sense, it probably is a political album. But it’s not a concept album or anything. There’s political content in almost every song we’ve ever written on some level. It colors everything. There was no intention that this was more political than before. The National are notable for their political activism. In November 2016 they performed a Get Out the Vote concert in Cincinnati. Watch the National Perform at Their Hillary Clinton Rally - Pitchfork. For a Get Out the Vote event in Cincinnati
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This was released as the lead single from The National's seventh studio album, Sleep Well Beast. While most of the songs revolve around the fears and struggles within relationships, this was inspired by the divisive 2016 election that resulted in Donald Trump becoming president. That one, for me, is a hibernation - the dark before the dawn sort of thing," singer and lyricist Matt Berninger told Pitchfork. She's been writing with me since Boxer. She found that phrase, 'The system only dreams in total darkness,' in an earlier sketch and said, 'That's a better chorus. Let's build a song around that. I was up all night, writing different lyrics and changing some of the arrangements.
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The news has come along with a beautiful new single, "The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness," along with a drone-shot video directed by Casey Reas. Sleep Well Beast was recorded at guitarist and keyboardist Aaron Dessner’s New York studio. Dessner also produced the album, which was co-produced by frontman Matt Berninger and guitarist (and brother) Bryce Dessner.