Any Day Now - Elbow
The Weekend Relax is for calming the fuck down, Janet, god. It's for all things mellow, down-tempo, minimal, slow, chill, or otherwise calm, the sort of Saturday morning music that helps you ease into a couple of days of doing more or less the same nothing you do during the week but this time, off the clock and by choice.
If you're trying to detox a sensory overload, I can think of no better starting point than Elbow, and in particular Any Day Now, the lead track off their 2001 debut Asleep In The Back.
This is a song about just going, just getting away because the overwhelming crush of everything is wearing you down to the point of numbness and so you take someone, you get in a car, you put cool modern jazz on the stereo, you drive into the night, and you try not to collapse into oblivion.
Any Day Now sounds like a cacophony if you were hearing it through flooded ears as you sink bodily and wholly into a bath of cold water; a Gaussian blur of harmony with the shrill nagging yell of someone's cautions about safe driving cutting across it in slow motion like a car grinding up against the road-edge noise makers at night while a trumpet slow croons in the dark of your car speakers.
Don't sleep at the wheel.