"Pope Francis" literally provides us with a plethora of reasons to put it on replay. For me, it was the chromatic instrumentation that we were introduced to throughout.
The track starts off simply with Benedikt's soothing voice floating over an acoustic guitar arrangement, though by the time we get to the end "Pope Francis" sounds like an entirely different track by virtue of the instrumental changes. There are strings, vocal harmonies and large drums that sound played out in a massive hall. I can't neglect to mention the thought-provoking song-writing Benedikt exposes us to a way he wishes to live. You'll love this if you're fond of the works of Father John Misty.
"The lyrics evolve around new beginnings and the sudden urge to run away from all things familiar."