Sometimes, you’ve got to say screw it and just go for it. This is the premise of the American football-referencing, spiritual “Hail Mary.” Skott had this to say about the track:
It’s a prayer of desperation, a long shot in the dark, a Hail Mary pass from the far end of the field when you have nothing left to lose. It’s your last chance for something or someone and you have to go all-in, like it’s now or never. The lyrics are layered with references to American football and spirituality, tied to the feeling of grasping for something that’s slipping away between your fingers.
Yeah, this one’s a great track from the Swedish singer/songwriter. I love the references, but I also just love Skott’s voice. Check out the track above and support dope music in all its forms.