Kelsie Hogue got her inspiration to start making music from Lisa Simpson. "Lisa Simpson whispered to me through the television via her saxophone when I was five," the New Hampshire-based musician behind Sir Babygirl told Queer Women in Music Boston. Now she's planning a move to Brooklyn, and releasing her debut album as Sir Babygirl, Crush On Me, next year via Father/Daughter Records. She's shared the first single from it, "Heels," now; listen to it below.

Speaking to Notion Magazine, Kelsie said, "I wanted to revisit the sound of all my favourite early 2000s TRL-era pop heroines like Britney, Xtina, Avril and Ashlee but make it gay as hell." Pop definitely informs the sparkling, glossy sounds of "Heels" - there are parts reminiscent of Lorde or the flashiest parts of St. Vincent's MASSEDUCTION. Over a galloping beat, Kelsie's repeated chant of, "I changed my hair, I changed my hair, I changed my hair" invites you to shout along. It's a catchy, fun song that has us very much looking forward Crush On Me.