This is catchy… but we're not too sure about the names they're going with.
In case you hadn't heard, James Franco has been working alongside pal Tim O'Keefe — under the name Daddy — on an album/film/art installation piece all rolled into one called Let Me Get What I Want.
Well, the band already signed a record deal and dropped their first single On The Sideline back in November, but now they're back with a new song entitled You Are Mine!
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James spoke with Rolling Stone about transitioning his poetry to music.
While the latest title might sound a little questionable and sexual predatory-like, You Are Mine is meant to represent the emotional immaturity and heightened drama of high school:
"High school is a time of longing for the unattainable. We dream big, but we're still too young to make anything significant happen. At least I was too immature and sensitive to be the person I wanted to be. You Are Mine is about one teenager dreaming about another, even though they'll never be together."
If YOU like the catchy track, make sure to catch James, Tim, and The Smiths' bassist Andy Rourke when their multimedia piece hits art exhibits in 2016!
Ch-ch-check out Daddy's second song off Let Me Get What I Want (above)!!!
[Image via James Franco/Instagram.]
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