The EP’s opening track, "Drivin," begins with reverberating guitar and Watters' deep, tremulous voice. "Maybe I've been living in the daylight a little too long / Maybe I've been growing blind to the shadows,” Watters sings. “You got that terminal sadness but you never let on / I could've carried you along if you'd asked me."
"I didn't realize it at the time I wrote it, but I think it's about a friend who committed suicide,” Watters says. “A person who was successful and as a result was hiding his mental illness. In a way, it's about how I could've been there for him if I'd known, and how friends carry each other's suffering." With its tempo changes, acoustic jangle and an instantly memorable sing-along chorus, "Drivin'" becomes the vehicle by which Rainstorm Brother carries away sadness.