Bill Wells and Aidan Moffat -
The Most Important Place In The World
With passing traffic as ambience and a ticking car indicator as percussion, 'On The Motorway' sees Adrian Moffat submit to the advances of the city and all of her perfumed promises. He disregards the message on a lorry's canvas, that “home is the most important place in the world”. For him, home is where the heart sinks into a dirty sofa and resigns itself to the rest of its banal and routine life, same as everyone. But he can push all that aside, all the checklist expectations of middle age. He doesn't have to settle like the biscuit crumbs in his kid's juice if he validates himself with the frivolities of a night in the metropolis, throwing caution to the wind and then pissing in it.