Things Have Changed by Bob Dylan would not have been out of place on the soundtrack for Peaky Blinders' sixth and final season.

"Standing on the gallows with my head in a noose / Any minute now, I'm expecting all hell to burst free," the song's narrator lamented.

everyone from the series' central character From Tommy Shelby on down, last season's devastating turn of events has left everyone reeling. Aunt Polly, for one, is no longer alive.

Tommy is no longer able to rely on her expert advice. Michael, her son, is enraged, and he blames Tommy's obsessive desire.

Tommy, on the other hand, hasn't touched alcohol in four years.

Seizures are a problem for him. Tommy's brother Arthur has become a full-fledged opium addict, and his wife Lizzie urges him to focus on himself and his family rather than getting involved with bootleggers and other ne'er-do-wells in North America.

Tommy grimly tells Lizzie early on that all he has to do now is figure out and disentangle himself from one last transaction.

In short, Tommy is very much the embodiment of Dylan's aforementioned narrator in Season 6 of the show: "A anxious guy with a worried mind."