Yesterday, comedian (and songwriting legend) Tim Robinson released the third season of his cult-classic Netflix sketch show I Think You Should Leave. Following last seasons‘s debut of original material from Ezra Koenig, the brand new slate of episodes features new music from Christian Lee Hutson and his pals Turnstile.
According to Pitchfork, Hutson wrote and performed the song “Is This It” from the second episode sketch “Sitcom Taping.” In the fourth episode scene titled “Children’s Choir,” there’s a song called “Listening” that is credited to a group called the Everything-You-Knows. The group, it turns out, is Turnstile. Also in “Children’s Choir” is a song written by comedian Whitmer Thomas.
Thomas said that his track came together while he and Robinson were skateboarding. “Tim and I just goof and make up songs while we’re hanging out,” he wrote in a statement to Pitchfork. “He always takes the hooks and I take the verses. He’s got a great ear for melody and I’m a words guy. One day while we were skating I made up that rap and he sang the ‘jolly beach road’ part. A few months later they put it in the sketch and the rest is history. Hoping to put out a full length of these songs in the future.”
Check out the official I Think You Should Leave trailer below.