If you enjoy contrast within a song, “Cig” comes highly recommended. The vocals are pleasing. Like a glazed donut, they are enjoyable, but a steady diet would not be healthy. While the voice is light, it carries a lyrical darkness.
“Cig” reflects upon the lives of people. There is an attraction to singing the song “Livin’ on a Prayer” and alcohol of some type (Pinot, Bud Light, or whiskey). And there is a common fate – we all burn out like cigarettes.
“Baby FuzZ is the performance name of Sterling Fox. He moved to Montreal shortly after the 2016 presidential election. Regarding “Cig,” Fox described it “as a nihilist anthem for disillusioned chipmunks drenched in Bud Light and dark humor.” The Youtube page identifies other contributors as Spencer Lee (cowriter), Dave Deriso (drums), Will "Duefunk" Dufault (additional guitar), Chris Connors (mix/master), J. Cruz / Ethnikids (additional programming), and Michelle Rose (cello).