Widower Frank Fisher has run the independent Red Hook Records shop in a neighbourhood of Brooklyn for 17 years. His landlord is forced to sell and Frank prepares to close the doors to his store. He seeks comfort in music sessions with his daughter Sam, who will be heading to college in the autumn. These recordings remind Frank of his time in a band with his late wife and he proudly uploads one of the sessions. The song gains traction and Frank suggests Sam might want to delay her plans.