Text Me in the Morning

Album: Pop Psychology (2014)
  • The Pop Psychology album has a loose theme about the challenges of navigating the dating world in the digital age. "Songs like 'Love in the 21st Century' and 'Text Me In The Morning' I think speak to sort of my generation and younger that are kind of experiencing romance through their phones and their computers," vocalist Tyler Glenn told MTV News. "I don't know how great it is, really."

    "[Technology has] also kind of screwed up my love life a little bit because I'm 30 now and I just came out as gay and I'm trying to figure out how to navigate not having to use apps," he added. "Apps kind of become this hook up-based thing, even for my straight friends who use Tinder it's kind of like window-shopping. I don't know if that's essentially healthy for a passionate relationship with another human being."


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