[…] So I do see it as this natural ‘there and back again’ kind of thing. I think that’s one of the reasons that a lot of things are in trilogies: because you start with an idea, then you expand or challenge it, and then there’s this kind of synthesis at the end. That’s how I see it. And I think thematically there are a lot of the same people and ideas in all three albums, but the mood shifts between the three of them. - Ezra Koenig.