Butch Walker, who has also done production work for Weezer, Katy Perry and Pink, produced this track. Talking about working with Walker, Jaret Reddick explained: "It was really cool, because the biggest thing that I learned from Butch was a production thing in that you don't have to go in a room with a band and get your stamp on their songs just for the sake of changing something. Because all of the changes that he made were very, very subtle. For example, the song 'Emily' on Drunk Enough To Dance actually had a little intro, and we all played together. When we started chopping, the only thing he changed in that song, he said, 'You should just start that with guitar and then have the music kick in on the second half of the verse.' We did it, and everybody's eyes just lit up. Just one thing, one little subtle thing that guy heard in his brain, and it made that song the second single in the UK."