The August -
From insignificant acorns sprout staggering oak trees, and it's one of nature's many spectacular feats that so much biological information can be stored in that tiny little object, gradually able to develop into these mighty, all-seeing, century-spanning behemoths. Imagine that process, though, sped up considerably. Imagine if you plopped an acorn into a small hole in the soil, patted over the dirt and gave it a light sprinkle of water, and just seconds later strong limbs of bark burst forth, a canopy of golden-green leaves elevating you to see what a hundred-year-old oak sees. Lizard King emanates such grandness, with all the foliage of a vast saga condensed into a seed, ready and waiting to rupture once lent its own sunlight and water – the eager ears of an intrepid music explorer.