• Guitarist Lindsey Troy told BBC Radio 1's Annie Mac that this was one of the few Femejism tracks she and bandmate Julie Edwards produced themselves. "We were just channeling some surf rock vibes when we wrote it," she said.

    "It sat around for a while, and then we picked it up again and kind of revamped it, rewrote some of it and finally just brought it to life, and just threw it on the record at the last minute. Honestly, it was the last position."


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