Daya in this song is addressing the shallowness and problems shown inside our teenage generation. They seem to want sex more than anything and they're incapable of making proper decisions and seeing the bigger picture. She addresses that they don't put anytime and commitment into their relationships and don't try hard enough to understand anyone else inside a relationship or who is troubled. This might be my favorite song. It is so realistic and more people should take time to analyse not only it's tone and melody, but its rhythm more than anything else.