Emily Warren told Pop Crush
the story behind the song:
"I actually went to the Van Gogh museum when I was in Amsterdam last summer and read about how Van Gogh was painting his most vibrant and cheery paintings when he was in his lowest state of depression and had checked himself into a mental institute. He said that he did this not because it was an expression of how he felt, but rather he was painting something that would comfort him and make him feel better.
It really got me thinking about how that can apply to songs, and at some point I wrote down in my notes, 'no more sad songs.' I brought it to a session with my homies The Electric and Tash Phillips, and we turned it into a song!"