Watch the video for "Sirens," which was directed by Reed Jackson, via YouTube.
The track is featured on Saba's second studio album Care for Me and begins as "Busy" comes to a close. The album, which consists of ten tracks, was released back in April. In recent weeks, Saba has dropped off a slew of songs such as "Excited," "Stay Right Here" featuring Mick Jenkins and Xavier Omär, and "Where It's At."
"Care For Me is the first time I delve into talking about depression and anxiety, and then all of these factors as to why I am the way I am," Saba previously told Tidal. "A lot of it had to do with losing my best friend and older cousin, [John] Walt, which is throughout the album. I think why Care For Me is so important is because it talks about mental health in a lot of ways that are simple but I just haven’t heard it done in hip-hop music that way [...] I honestly do think in making that, it was kind of like a healing process, making those stories so I feel much better now, talking about it."
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