Album: California Nights (2015)


  • Best Coast singer Bethany Cosentino wrote this song about those people who dislike others for absolutely no reason. "This tendency people have to automatically hate anyone who might have more than they do, I am guilty of it as well," she admitted to Stereogum. "When I get really bummed out about things people say about me, I'll just remind myself that maybe they are just really unhappy and living someplace that is freezing cold, and I should just be grateful that I'm having the time of my life writing songs with my friend and hanging out someplace warm."


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