Bebe Rexha has returned with “Last Hurrah”—her first single of 2019.

The singer-songwriter said the Andrew Wells-produced track was inspired by a friend who couldn’t resist one last indulgence.

“She was supposed to be on a diet and she ate a piece of chocolate cake and her husband was like, ‘aren’t you supposed to be on a diet?’” Bebe explained on Twitter. “She responded to him by saying, ‘babe this is my last hurrah.’ Meaning like it’s gonna be one more night of me messing up.”

The song is Bebe’s first solo single since 2018’s “I’m a Mess,” which appeared on her debut studio album Expectations. The project helped her earn a Best New Artist nomination at the 2019 Grammys. Dua Lipa ultimately took home the award, but Bebe refused to sulk over the loss:

You can stream “Last Hurrah” now on digital streaming platforms and also check out the Joseph Kahn-directed video up top.