In this song Natasha Khan (aka Bat For Lashes) sings of teenage love and nostalgia. Khan explained to MTV News that its "the most frightening song" on Two Suns
for her, "because it's the most straightforward, naive and purposely simple song I've ever done." She added: " It's about teenage escapism and love and how simple things can be when you're a teenager in love, or how intense and beautiful it can be. I love songs like [Pat Benatar's] 'Love Is a Battlefield
,' like when you sing them, you want to be leaning out the window of a car with the stars shining. And I felt like I wanted to encapsulate that feeling of abandon and love and sadness and melancholy, all at the same time."