Sometimes you feel happy. Sometimes you feel upset. Sometimes
, you feel nothing at all, and that's completely okay. In the wise words of Pink Floyd, "I have become comfortably numb."
And indie rock darling Margaret Glaspy
completely validates our feelings of indifference with her song "You And I." Glaspy plays garage-y, straight-forward guitar riffs as she tells a story about letting a "casual/open relationship" get too far with a dude who's developing feelings (how rude, right?). Glaspy's is essentially saying, "hey, I'm incapable of feeling right now! And that's ok!" and gives it an incredible "cool girl" spin.