Soaked in reverb and almost comically-cheery children's choir harmonies, this buttery pop tune comes just in time for summer and is a microcosm of the artist herself. Ashe
sounds like Hubba Bubba bubblegum...like an all-cream-no-cookie Oreo. She pairs surprisingly well with house music producers like Whethan and Louis the Child...artists that have given her features on their songs, and, subsequently, fame. This burgeoning pop star could not be more psyched to be doing what she's doing, and every song she puts out simply oozes with that sentiment.
Ashe has said that this track is about "embracing your weirdness", and winding between hollowed out synths and shaking tambourines, she croons, "I finally got what I needed / with the voices I have in my brain". This only gives way to more woozy, sunny harmony and Ashe insisting, "I hear choirs in my head / they won't stop until I'm dead", in a grave demonstration of her commitment to a "you do you" philosophy. In this case, backed by poppy production and Ashe's sleek voice cutting across all of it, you can sign us up for whatever she's got next.