The song was first announced on October 22, 2012. Kiyoko released a video showing the making of Blame Joy on the same day.
Kiyoko posted several snippets of this song on twitter and other social media. She went into the studio to finish this song on December 3, 2012. However, it never got released for unknown reasons. According to one fan, who claims to have been in a Q&A with her, it didn't make the EP, and later her debut album, because her sound/artistry kind of progressed past it, but she is thinking of revisiting the song and revamping it because of the hype behind it.
Some fans merged the snippets into a draft of what the actual sound might have been like.
- This song, interestingly, features she-pronouns. However, Kiyoko was not out by the time this song was recorded. She had her public coming out after "Girls Like Girls" was released as a single, about three years after this song was recorded.
|March 12, 2013 • 19:25 • Dollylama|
|Released||A Belle to Remember • Better Than Love • Hit & Run • Maple • Rich Youth • Wild & Wicked World|
|March 30, 2018 • 48:37 • Atlantic • Empire|
|Released||Curious • Expectations (Overture) • Feelings • He'll Never Love You (HNLY) • Let It Be • Mercy/Gatekeeper • Molecules • Palm Dreams • Sleepover • Under the Blue/Take Me In • Wanna Be Missed • What I Need • xx|
|Unreleased||Blame Joy • Curious (Acoustic)|
|Hayley Kiyoko • Kehlani|