Previously described by producer and guitarist Naomi McPherson as “a song for kids to have their first gay kiss to”, Katie Gavin told us earlier this year, “I came back from a concert and the pre-chorus was the first thing I wrote; I just thought it was really funny, kinda like writing ‘Number One Fan’. It feels like a joy that’s not necessarily hard-earned, but it definitely feels like a new choice to just be at a point in life where I’m choosing to have fun and experience some levity and have that queer joy represented in music. You know, ‘That girl thinks I’m cute, yeeeeah!’”
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