Their follow up 'The City' focuses on the relatable feelings of frustration and urge to abandon these feelings for a brighter sense of love and worth in the city. The happy-sad concept of 'The City’ that comes from the pairing of somber lyrics with bright melodies mirrors a familiar teenage angst and hopefulness. The sisters create a track with fuzzy beauty reminiscent of the 90s, with a focus on high energy guitar sound and deceptively catchy vocal melodies. Radiating indie rock girl power, the song resonates with young girls on a level only possible through a fulfilling bass-y chorus and emotional bridge. 'The City' is a journey from frustration to reinvention and supported by their punchy beat and their simple yet exciting vocals, Hot Glue releases a song that encapsulates indie pop and girl rock.