This is the title track of Raleigh Ritchie's debut album. He explained the record's name to Billboard magazine: "I like how sort of passive aggressive it sounded. I like the fact that it was an oxymoron to call someone a man and then undercut it with 'boy.' It felt very true to how I felt. How I feel. I still feel like that.
I think it's about people expecting you to be an adult and people expecting you to be grown-up and not quite understanding what that means. I think that's how quite a lot of people feel. It's hard to navigate this world when there's all these things we're supposed to be by a certain age and things that we're supposed to do by a certain age when actually, we all kind of still feel like kids. We're the same people now that we were when we were 15."
Boston leader Tom Scholz went back to his job at Polaroid after releasing the group's debut album. When his co-workers kept coming by to tell him "More Than A Feeling" was playing on the radio, he knew it was time to quit his day job.