Miller further explains: "The song is about coming together, changing perspectives, being intimate with each other outside of strictly monogamous romantic endeavors—creating love, humor and magic under such a corporate reign."
"The line where we say, 'We have got exactly what we need to rule the world, like mini golf and shopping malls and fro yo in the park," speaks to finding power and friendship in an otherwise boring state of chain stores. We are releasing it on a capitalistic-centered holiday to remind everyone to look around, be there for your friends and family and others. We don't need to buy 50 boxes of chocolates on one day to send love; do it in small, everyday ways. We don't have to wait till February 14th to love ourselves and others. We have the power to come together with love and magic despite what Trump bullshit is pushed down our throats! All freaks are welcome in the Surfbort family. We hope you enjoy this freak love anthem!"
We do and we know you will too.