Fire N Gold

Album: Not an Apology (2015)
Charted: 78

Songfacts®:

  • This pump-up jam was penned by Bea Miller for those of us who are feeling blue. "It's reminding all the people who are really down in the dumps and who feel like they're alienated and like no one understands them and they're really alone that they do have a purpose in life and that they are here for a reason," she told MTV News. "Even if they can't see, I can."
  • The song's music video features plenty of Polaroid photos. "I actually took the majority of the Polaroids that we have," Miller said. "It was really fun, because I got to take pictures of everyone. I really like being behind the camera, actually, more than I like being in front of it."

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  • Arcturus19bootes from Minds.comAbsolutely adore this song and message, brilliant!
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