For Epik High, the (intentional) blank would usually filled in with "Seoul," but for listeners, it's wherever you are. To pronounce it, Tablo explains, "You have to pretend that you have a pencil in your hand and it’s going across the page *makes zip-like noise*."
"Do you have nightmares?"
"Are you heartbroken?"
"Do you feel down? Depressed, hopeless?"
"Do you find that things you once enjoyed no longer interest you?"
Those are some of the questions you hear, in an automated Siri-like voice, on the album's first track, "Sleepless." The recording is eerie yet soothing, meant as a series of questions that *they* want to be asked sometimes, "you know, when you need someone to hear you out." Relatable. It's one thing to check in with yourself (which we probably don't do enough of anyways :/), but another for someone else to care about your condition.