Something about that bass line gives me some echoes of T. Rex, it's bit like glam-Country with a deep side of Indie Pop. Those 8th notes are ever-present and it keeps that double-time pulse long and steady. It's a solid party-time love song with the requisite super-bridge to guitar solo and singalong sha-la-la.
It's like fun. all over again, but now with added Marc Bolan. Plus it's a story about the person you want to be and the bass feels twangy. A girl, a guitar, and a once-in-a-lifetime inspiration: the future is made of such things.