Described by the author as a song that is nothing more than about a woman and a tattoo drawn with very poor drawing skills. With the initial aim of sowing charm, ending in unexpected ridicule, in the end the story behind the tattoo has a lot in common with the story that the writer and woman experienced. Like the temporary nature of this tattoo because it is drawn using a pen, the visual of the anchor that actually holds a ship from sailing and across the oceans, and much more that can be found in this song.
Taking the time of junior high school, when both parties were still very naive and shackled by unstable age. So sad to remember, but so beautiful to forget. Previously released under the name Secret Society, made with emotional vocals, dark and cold instruments, and spiced spoken word from the bassist of the Secret Society band, this song is a quiet ballad filled with desolation.
Last October 2, 2019, Anchor Tattoo was brought back by the same unit, but under a different name, Plain Pain. The cheerful rhythm and the slightly fast beat made this song feel more cheerful when performed by Plain Pain. Because over time, the mindset of the writer towards the woman referred to in this song has changed, making him find a new definition of what an anchor tattoo is.