Chris Cornell returned with his latest solo effort, Higher Truth, in Setepmber, and he sat down with director Cameron Crowe to discuss the album.

In a new clip from the interview, Cornell opens up about album track “Murderer of Blue Skies,” which the Soundgarden frontman says is part autobiographical and part fiction. “I think being a sensitive kid who grows up in the world of adult relationships, my tendency has always been to allow myself to accept responsibility for everything,” he said of the song. “In some weird, passive aggressive way, like, it’s all my fault.”

Watch the entire clip at the top of the page (via Billboard). That conversation is part of a longer interview with the filmmaker, which breaks down Higher Truth track by track. You can stream the entire thing via Spotify below.

Cornell has concluded the U.S. portion of his tour behind Higher Truth and is currently playing shows across New Zealand. See a complete list of his upcoming dates right here.