The song is the first music the Canadian, openly gay twins have offered up since their tremendous 2013 LP
Heartthrob; this new synth-heavy, big bass track drums up the same new wave vibe they put forth on Heartthrob, while veering into a whole different sound at the same time.
In a short chat with Wilkinson, Sara explained the true-to-life inspiration behind the song:
It's a pretty straightforward pop song about a relationship that I was getting into with a girl who had never dated a girl before. She had a guy that she was sort of seeing, and we used to joke around that she was treating me like her boyfriend, and I was trying to get her to tie it down. I wanted her to make it official with me. I think that's pretty relatable. Obviously, being gay, the sort of gender twist in the song. I get that that sometimes doesn't seem immediately relatable to everybody... [but] we've all been in that situation where we really like someone and we want to make it official, and they're not ready.