Narcosis the Cat comic strips #54 (2010) and #86 (2010-17). Inspired by the modern day digital printing errors of various kind, 1980s computer games with their low-resolution pixel style, and classic comic strip rasters.
PS. Points and glory to the person who gathers what the beginning and end of the song “means” (the ambient sound waves from 0:00-0:36 and 7:43–8:00)… Hint: listen to the lyrics… You can write a comment on your thoughts. (I’ll reveal my intentions later.)
Answer:The ambient soundscape in the beginning and in the end refers to the 2nd verse about sinking to the bottom of the sea… That’s how I imagine it to sound like. It also represents the inner world of cat – that we can only dream about of ever understanding (no more than ourselves)…
Of course the whole song itself also tells about life, women and broken relationships.
EDIT February 25th, 2017: Song version updated – some tuning issues were fixed.
“Narcosis the Cat is 5 billion years old. She is already very old and tired…”
“Yet Narcosis the Cat always reincarnates again!”
A spoof on Kubrick‘s 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) which is my all-time favorite film in addition to f.ex. Tarkovsky‘s Stalker (1979). I love the scene in 2001 with the light white room and the stargate preceding it. It really feels like entering a whole new another world and universe (more about this topic and flying here).