We just really loved the freedom of expression. We just responded to the idea that you can paint anything yourself - you don’t have to be a grand master. Graffiti has it’s critics, but it often changes something that’s really drab and oppressive into something else. That’s the idea of the record too, trying to find colour within darkness and depression and all the terrible things in the world - trying to find the light in there. That’s what I think a lot of graffiti does, it puts some light into darkness.