Neko Case, on the other hand, liked the song from day one. She told CBC Music
: "The chorus is maybe one of the more fun songs to sing a harmony to. That easy, immediate, open harmony that it just feels so good to lock in with. And the song is upbeat enough, yet it's really super sad, and that combination is something that Roger Miller does and Ray Davies from the Kinks does. Where something is really sad and when you put it in a major key and there's little details, that is the straw that broke the camel's back. Where it seems like this light, beautiful thing but then there's this little thing that just gets in and pokes into you and it breaks your heart. It's extra moving for that reason."