In depth, the concept: An elderly man misinterprets the delusions and hallucinations from severe dementia as a psychedelic experience. This is all supposed to be throughout a day - as in the beginning is morning and eventually the ending is night. The first half of the album is trippy, dreamy, and euphoric, this is the elderly man thinking of his reality as a high and psychedelic journey. Then, halfway through, it starts to become the opposite, confusion, no memory, depression, paranoia, and eventually delusion and insanity. The album is also a metaphor for the yin and yang, where one cannot be without the other. Happy/sad, day/night, young/elderly, remembering/forgetting. In the euphoric first half, there is a song called “The Mountain”, and in the dreadful second half, it’s opposing track is “The Hole”. The very end of the album signifies, in a nutshell, that while one cannot be without the other (young/old), the disease disrupts that, acting as a third factor: (young, old, and too old). The album then loops back to the beginning, as if the elderly man goes through this whole journey every day because of this disease.