Sarah raps—though it's more like she sing-raps—and on Kero Kero Bonito's most popular song, "Sick Beat," she switches from Japanese to English with ease and daydreams about outmoded technology ("Windows 98 / Remember those days?") over a chopped-up sample of Super Mario 64. The tune is strangely alluring, but it can be a bit much at times, so for today's 12 O'Clock Track I decided to go with an easier gateway: "Small Town." Sarah sings about being an outsider in a tiny community on the serene, dancehall-inspired MIDI-pop track, and her sugary, nearly monotone voice amplifies the misery in her lyrics. "Small Town" appears on Kero Kero Bonito's newish debut "mixtape," Intro Bonito, and you can listen to the tune below.