Album: Nocturnes (2013)


  • Little Boots wrote this with Jim Eliot of the British electropop group Kish Mauve.
  • She explained the song's meaning in a 2013 Huffington Post interview: "That song is about having an argument. Something starts as a very small, offhand comment; the other person retaliates; it's completely out of control; you're caught in this thing. It's something that happens when you get two stubborn or strong-minded people in a relationship. I'm attracted to other strong-minded people." >>
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    Daniel - Moscow, Russia Federation
  • Little Boots first performed this at the China Music Valley International Music Festival in Beijing on May 1, 2011.


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