This was the first song written for inclusion on A Day To Remember's fifth studio album, Common Courtesy. Prior to the recording of the LP, the band was involved in a lawsuit with their former label, Victory, which was partly resolved in early October 2013 when a federal judge ruled that the band could legally release the disc. Common Courtesy was swiftly made available digitally on October 8th, with a physical release following on November 25th.
According to Neilsen Soundscan, 52,324 physical albums were sold in Common Courtesy's first week, which would normally have been enough for a Top 10 debut on the Billboard 200. However, the release was ineligible for the chart as the reported sales figures also included digital downloads of the albums which were purchased and received over multiple weeks.