Following the announcement on the single, Hope shared insight into the meaning behind the single. “I wrote Mad about having feelings of frustration and hysteria in a long-distance relationship.
It’s about being unable to communicate properly, and feeling lost in loneliness – so it’s ironic that I wrote most of the song a week or two before the first lockdown started in the UK.
Foreshadowing, almost,” she said in a statement. Speaking exclusively to GAY TIMES, the singer-songwriter opened up about the debut track. You mentioned Mad encapsulates a moment of frustration.