The song's music video was directed by Isaac Rentz, the man who filmed the guys' clips for "Good Girls
" and "Don't Stop
." The visual shows Ashton, Luke, Michael and Calum constructing a giant float. When the chorus hits the quartet emerge with their contraption and parade it down the street, gathering with them an army of outcasts.
The movie Mad Max
was an influence on the clip. Isaac Rentz told MTV News: "The guys mentioned that they really liked Mad Max
and I'm like, 'What would it look like if we created a 'Mad Max' vehicle in the suburbs using what you would find in your dad's garage?'"
The video was filmed at the Warner Brothers lot in Hollywood and the house that the band members are sitting outside of was also used in the party movie, Project X
. "It was so coincidental, but it's kind of fun because of where the video goes at the end," Rentz said. "We picked that house primarily because we thought it looked cool and we found out afterwards it was that house."