Look, I know. I said yesterday that all the pieces were important. However, today, we're going to dive a little deeper into one of those pieces.
That piece is Belly lead vocalist, guitarist, principal songwriter, and postpartum doula Tanya Donelly. This song, the second single off the band's second album, King, it was co-written with fellow band member Tom Gorman.
Prior to Belly, Tanya was in a band with her stepsister who shall not be named here because we are talking about Tanya (and who I've written about pretty extensively). Her songs with Throwing Muses were excellent - her songs with Belly better showcase her unique voice and signature guitar style, an instrument for which she is criminally underrated.
This song was not terribly commercially successful, but history has been kind to it. It is a classic power-pop song that sounds as fresh today as it did in 1995.