This horn-led, feel-good cut about empowerment, independence and strength was released as the follow-up to Ella Eye's "If I Go
" single. The song is based on a breakup the London soul songstress went through when she was 17, but written from the point of view of speaking to a troubled best friend. "We've all been played, we've all been hurt, just take the pain, let that motherf---er burn. you will find in time, that they always come back," she said.
"If 'If I Go' was about whether or not I should leave a relationship, then 'Comeback' is the aftermath," Eyre added. "There's no more vulnerability, it's a very defiant 'f--k you.'"