L.A.F.

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  • The second single from Broods' Evergreen album features a title that doesn't appear in the lyrics. "We come up with something really silly and just kept it," Singer Georgia Nott explained to MTV News. "It's a really dumb acronym to something rude… The first two letters are 'loose as....'"
  • The song is about hanging out with pals. "It's a friend group-type looking out for each other kind of song," Georgia Nott said. "It's about that phase that you go through when you hit 18 and everyone starts going out and they start going to parties. It's about experiencing all that new and exciting nightlife-type thing as a friend group."
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