One of the more mundane but still really annoying issues that have come to be known as "First World Problems" is a silly feature of some car stereos — when you plug your iPhone in, or connect it via Bluetooth, the alphabetical first song from your iTunes library automatically plays out of the speakers. For a lot of listeners, that would be Vampire Weekend's "A-Punk" or Ed Sheeran's "A-Team" or, in my case, Method Man & Redman's "A-Yo." It sucks and, as anecdotal evidence shows, has ruined favorite songs for many people (though some of those "A-" tracks were already trash to begin with).
Fortunately, Samir Mezrahi has diagnosed this problem and has also come up with a solution: His new track is titled "A a a a a Very Good Song," and it's ten minutes of complete silence, allowing you to take some time to think about what you want to listen to.
Get the song here.