This song is definitely one of their most punky songs yet, which I love as it is a great departure from their poppy "Kiss Me
Again" and even changes their lyrical content. While most of all their old songs focused on a he said/she said relationship
dynamic this song goes for a straight message of: at the end of the day, no matter what, we are who we are (we're all just
weird kids in the end), and we shouldn't try so hard to be something we're not for other people; so that those who accept you
for who you are are the only friends you really have, and screw anyone else who doesn't. Granted many other artists have
songs with this theme, but WATIC presents it in their own way, and the lyrics and musicianship (to me) greatly represent who
this band is and it connects directly to their "crumb" fanbase.
Digging: Jamies Elsewhere - They Said a Storm Was Coming