Did You Know 'Maps' by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs Was Inspired by a Karen O Break-Up?
It's true! Get the details in this episode of our 'Did You Know?' video series.
Welcome to the inaugural episode of MetroLyrics' new Did You Know? video series where we bring you fun and little-known facts about your favorite songs and artists. Our first episode deals with the classic break-up song "Maps" by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, from their 2003 debut album Fever to Tell. Did you know that lead singer Karen O wrote the song about a real-life break-up with boyfriend Angus Andrew? Watch the video up top for full details.
Stay tuned for more videos in our Did You Know? series coming soon.
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