Perhaps the underlying desire here is to reinvigorate a generation of people who seem to have forgotten how to dance – or at least don't embrace it like generations past. "There's always this moment near the beginning of a set where everybody is standing around. It just takes one outgoing dude, or a tipsy couple, and they just start moving. You can see two or three more people going, and then as the set progresses, more and more people start to move." Henderson himself even admits, "I will almost never be the first person to dance in a crowd, but I always admire the people who have the courage to start before anyone else does."
The song seems to genuinely spread a be-satisfied-with-living quality which, in conjunction with the right setting, gets people moving. (Here's our full Chris Henderson interview