Growing up, the Blake Babies were one of my very favorite bands. And, well, the solo stuff that came out of that band - the Lemonheads, Antenna, of course Juliana Hatfield, Some Girls - that was all excellent, but I always felt the Blake Babies ended too soon.
I was lucky enough to see the band live once, at the Iron Horse Cafe, where they performed this song but did cut their set short because 3/4 of the place left after fans of their opening act didn't stick around. Which is a shame, because I loved the show and made sure I told all of them I did. Freda Love (their drummer) was super nice.
Anyway, this was their first "big budget" video, and this is what they did. It got them some MTV airplay, anyway. The song itself was co-written by Hatfield and guitarist John Strohm and reads like the aspirational dreams of a painfully shy person - so I relate.
In early 2020, by pure chance (and by pure chance, I mean that Freda Love's band was opening for Juliana Hatfield in John Strohm's hometown), the band reunited for this song. They had lost NOT a single beat.