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Ängie's debut album was supposed to be Everything Is Fake, with songs written back in 2016 and later, however, due to difficulties with production and promotion, she scrapped the project in 2018. In September 2019 she revealed the title and some songs she had confirmed to be on the album before were scrapped.
At the beginning of 2019, Ängie started working on a new project, that came to be Heartburn once Tail Whip came into the picture. The album took an entire year to be done because they got caught up in the production, and the songs were difficult to write due to their very personal subject matter. The album was originally going to have 12 songs but it was reduced to "the 10 best ones".
On her Instagram when she announced the lead single for the album, she stated "Its a new era, a new Ängie. This album is the most beautiful thing I ever created in my life I think. I hope you’re gonna love it as much as I do. We been working on it for an entire year!"
In an interview for Freak Fanzine on June 2020, Ängie stated that the album was still going to be released that year: "In addition to the Harrison album, I have another album that is ready and waiting. Hopefully it will be released after the summer. The albums are completely different from each other. Not Pushing Daisies is a bit more commercial and the second album is more artistic."
A month later, in an interview for Têtu, Ängie said why she decided to release two albuns on the same year: "Because they are two very different albums! [...] Heartburn is a little more artsy, with sounds that are new to me. [...] It was more complicated for me to make, because it's not the music I usually make. In this album, each song represents a challenge!"
In an Instagram live-stream on April 2020, Ängie said that the album was about her psychosis to love: "I think I have some kind of psychosis against loving people, because either I love them too much or I just don't know how to love at all".
"The album is mostly about my psychosis dreams, how I see love and how it's supposed to be, and how fucked up my mind is. So it's kind of the real Suicidal Since 1995, but completely honest" - said Ängie.
These are the songs that are confirmed to be on the album.
- Ängie revealed the title of the album in the music video premiere of its lead single Dust.
- During the listening party live-stream for Not Pushing Daisies, Ängie revealed that part of the album's delay was due to not getting along with the Tail Whip for a period of time.