This song was one of the kick-starters for the writing process for Centipede Hz. Multi-instrumentalist Josh "Deakin" Dibb explained to AUX Magazine: "It was one of the first songs where I feel we found a satisfying language to work with [in] these songs. So I kind of always refer to it as the totem of the record.There's a certain emotional, psychological resonance with music that, when it's there, it's kind of indescribable," he continued, "and that song, just the style of lyrics, the way the vocals are, and the way it came together, it still gives me chills, even working on it for so long. It's just as simple as the 'come on, let go' line. There's something for me about that sentiment, something even from the lyrical kind of melding of vocalization and lyrics. It's really powerful to me for some reason."