This acoustic country-tinged ballad finds Kesha reflecting on her resentment towards a lover who has done her wrong.
I don't hate you babe It's worse than that 'Cause you hurt me and I don't react I've been building this thing up for months
Kesha is holding onto her negativity that was created by the unspoken trauma. The singer said: "Resentment is such a powerful and destructive emotion and in my experience is more complex than hate or anger."
Kesha is joined on the track by the LA-based songwriter Wrabel, Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson, and country singer-songwriter Sturgill Simpson.
The song was originally written by Wrabel, Madi Diaz, and Jamie Floyd, with later co-writing from Kesha. It was produced by John Hill.
The song's grainy visual is an intimate self-shot video recorded by Kesha on her iPhone 11 Pro.
Q Magazine asked Kesha how she persuaded Brian Wilson to come on board for this song. She replied: "Pet Sounds changed my life, so he was always top of my list of people I would love to collaborate with, but I never thought in a million years he would (a) know who I am or (b) take the time to collaborate. But if you don't ask you'll never know, so I threw it out there in the universe. When I heard his vocals I just broke down crying because I never thought it would actually come to fruition."
Geffen Records made history on June 27, 1994 when Aerosmith's "Head First" became the first major label song made available for exclusive digital download. Download speeds at the time were so slow it took around 75 minutes to download the track.