Asked by The Boombox how she can write from a place of heartbreak when in a happy relationship, Fiona replied: "I think that subconsciously our emotions get the best of us even though we consciously don't necessarily recognize them. For me - frustration, sadness, despair, anger - these are the things that help me write my best music because I feel that I'm a positive person overall. My outlet to express that darker side of me is through my music. I don't necessarily have to live that everyday but it's therapeutic for me to get it out. Oddly enough, it's not just me, the singles that become the hits are the ones that people choose. It seems that there are a lot of people going through heartbreak and just need a voice to help them say it. You live and you learn. I moved on from 'It Kills Me
' and now, we'll get through 'Wrong Side of a Love Song.'"