Nah. “We Are On Fire,” released just now, is replete with slow, slow-motion falling, occult imagery and, a lot of smoke, as fire seems to be a theme this week. Listen to rich warbling electronic flourishing over of a bit of a hip hop beat, cue operatic moans. “They’d all burned me, 1690/It was a deadly night shade, which finished me.” Witches! Swag posturing! Soot! Smoke! Slow-mo! Sick.