Hollywood Records released the song as the third single from Singular: Act II on June 7, , along with the pre-order of the album. Carpenter announced the song's release along with Singular: Act II 's tracklist revelation. The song is about one of those moments where life feels like a lot to deal with.
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Standout tilt-a-whirl electro-pop single "In My Bed" — a play on the phrase "in my head," which represents the feeling of overthinking things too much — perfectly presents just how willing Carpenter is to let us follow along with the racing thoughts inside her mind. Wacky and surreal visuals — like Carpenter levitating over a bed, twerking in a straitjacket and growing googly eyes — hit the point home. Below, Sabrina Carpenter opens up about her introspective new album, how she feels about ASMR and fan theories, and why she and her fans are "codependent. Why continue Singular into a second act? I think of it as one package but ironically, I decided to split up the album after I already called it Singular. So, now I'm just living with the decision. Life is full of those happy mistakes.
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