Bloc Party - Song for Clay (Disappear Here)
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Great Rock Songs That Reference Classic Books
16. Bloc Party - Song for Clay (Disappear Here)
The opening track from Bloc Party's second album Weekend In The City, is inspired by Bret Easton Ellis' novel Less Than Zero in which the main character's name is Clay. Lyrics such as "People are afraid, are afraid/To merge on the freeway," refer to the opening and recurring lines of the book, while Disappear Here reflects a billboard which appears in the novel.